Samsung has kicked off the rollout of Android 8.0 Oreo to Galaxy S7 and S7 edge handsets, starting in the UK. However, owners of carrier-branded handsets may need to sit tight a little longer.
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Chinese manufacturer Bluboo's latest competitively-priced smartphone draws design inspiration from the Galaxy S7 edge. Let's see whether the device has anything more to offer than its sleek looks.
Late in November renders appeared online showing what looked like a "Glossy Black" (or Jet Black, ala Apple) variant of the Galaxy S7 edge. Now, Samsung has announced the "Black Pearl" variant.
Expert case maker Spigen may be on to a winner with the Thin Fit. It's sleek, slim and cheap. So there must be a catch right? Read on to find out our experience with it.
It would appear some carriers, from both sides of the Atlantic, have already started shipping the Samsung Galaxy S7 and edge variant to users, with one on T-Mobile in the US and the other in Finland.
According to a rumor posted on an Italian blog tracking Samsung's upcoming S7 flagships, microSD expandable storage will once again be an option. Could this also mark the return of removal batteries?