-Does s7 is a good phone to owned?
-how is the performance when playing games?
-does get over heating?
-is there any lag?
Anonymous, 16 Jun 2016You should turn on fast charging option from setting.I on it
Mike, 17 Jun 2016100% in 1 hour and 15 minutesmy s7 is also get 1h and 15 min to full charge but not 60% in 1/2hours
Thisura, 16 Jun 2016Does anyone know how much time that s7 get to charge 60%like 20 min
Thisura, 16 Jun 2016Does anyone know how much time that s7 get to charge 60%100% in 1 hour and 15 minutes
Cowboy87, 17 Jun 2016It takes close to 40 mins for me to charge to 60%Ya me too but it has fast charging 2.0 that mean 0-60% in 30 minutes
Samsung Galaxy S7 - A brief review on IP68 certification.
The Pros - Most of the overall phone. The smudges on the screen and what not are pretty minimal things. Really really like(d) the phone overall, but....
The Cons - Definitely don't go about pouring champagne on it like Lil Wayne. Although it's all over websites and advertisements that it is water resistant, it still has water indicators on the phone that will void your warranty.
I've owned the phone for 4 days and the phone has gone into the pool once. Fun to do at first, everyone gasps, and you pull it out working fine. Which mine is in fact water resistant, however the lenses do not keep out the water like the other components. Condensation has made my camera inoperable, not in the sense that it's broken, but in the sense that every photo makes it look like it's in the water. And after going back to Samsung, they refused to replace the phone and said that I would have to pay to fix the faulty components in the defective device (because it was "water damaged." ha)
Long story short, just because it's water resistant, doesn't mean you should have it anywhere around water. And if you need a waterproof case on a water resistant phone, than I don't see any real reason to own this particular device.
Mir, 15 Jun 2016Hi, It might be software glitch. Backup your data and format your phone to factory settings.... moreWell I think i have the issue sorted out, I disabled Fast Cable Charging and removed the facebook and messenger app, which seems to do the trick, after which i got 30 hr battery that includes two nights of inactivity though.
Had the Note 5 for 8 months and the iPhone 6S for 6 months before I decided to sell both and just get an S7 Duos for convenience. I must say that the S7 strikes the balance between performance, screen size, camera quality, and excellent build. I was never impressed with the camera of the 6S for me it was mediocre having owned both the S6 flat and the Note 5 and now the S7. Battery life on my SM-G930FD is excellent for I can easily last a whole day running more than 3 hours of SOT with around 40-50% battery juice left. Camera quality is outstanding especially in low light plus Samsung really upped the standard when it comes to build quality. The S7 is an excellent phone and I am very satisfied with my choice. I do not regret that I sold my Note 5 and 6S for the S7 at least now I can just worry about one phone and won't be carrying around too many gadgets daily.
Cowboy87, 15 Jun 2016I have been using the verizon S7 since last 12 days, the first 3 days were nice and the batter... moreHi,
It might be software glitch.
Backup your data and format your phone to factory settings.
I am sure it will solve your problem.
Cowboy87, 15 Jun 2016I have been using the verizon S7 since last 12 days, the first 3 days were nice and the batter... moresame here, and it get very laggy, so i am missing the screen and the fantastic camera i switched back to my iPhone 6S again
i am currently using Galaxy s6 edge i don't know why i kinda like LG G5. My Galaxy s6 edge is working fine..
SHOULD I UPGRADE OR NOT? Please help
And if YES then please let me know some of the reasons
Thanks a bunch guys.
ram, 15 Jun 2016I have a device which works at bluetooth connectivity, that device is working with motorola ph... moreCheck to see that the Motorola isn't still connected to the device via bluetooth. I was having the same problem and realized my BT speaker was still connected to the old phone, which was still on and nearby. Disconnecting it there allowed my S7 to hook right up.