worried Jack, 23 May 2016How many days your S7 Edge battery last in normal used.? Mine only last two days in stand by t... moreMy battery only lasts a day, reason being because im never of the internet, ie facebook.
Only had the phone 4 days and I am already having to send it back as a faulty handset. When I am browsing on the internet the phone shuts down and starts rebooting itself. Not all of the time but most of it. Overall it is a good phone and the camera is brilliant. Hopefully when I send it back and get a new one I will fall in live with it all over again if it does what its supposed to do.
i use this s7 edge for 1 month, and for me this is a perfect smartphone. camera is good, battery life is okay, and the performace is awesome. so happy use this phone.recommended for samsung lovers
susmit, 23 May 2016i get a screen on time of 7.30 hrsHoly moly. I get an SOT of only about 4-4.5 hrs on my Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
Shahin010, 23 May 2016I have been reading most of the comments since the first day of realizing this s7 edge. I was ... morei agree dude i to have the same phone , i was using iphone 6s but samsung is lot better then apple, the night camera is just freaking awesome
Just don't drop it shattered bad only had a month had my other phone 5 years dropped a lot never shattered
itumi, 21 May 2016It is too expensive for its features. Only 3600 mAh battery. Other phones have 4000 to 5000 m... moreDon't be fooled by how big other phones battery are. The reason they provide big batteries because they don't have enough resources for R&D in maximizing power consumption... basically you'll be getting the same amount of screen time with that much power
Yes S7 & S7 edge have 2 different camera modules.
My s7 Edge has a Samsung Camera Module and its just awesome !!!
How many days your S7 Edge battery last in normal used.? Mine only last two days in stand by time.I am worried ifmy unit battery is defective.
This phone has 2 different camera sensor...sony and samsung own isocell...am i wrong?
Shawn, 22 May 2016Inserted micro sd on my s7 but the memory card notification keep popping up on my phone everyt... morePull down the notification bar, Press and hold SD card notification until it opens "app notifications" and turn off it....
awesome phone awesome choice , i would suggets u ppl togo ahead with the purchase
I have been reading most of the comments since the first day of realizing this s7 edge. I was never the fan of Samsung but I could not hold me against s7 edge. I bought s7 edge and I found that this is the phone that I love now. Its a awesome phone with beautiful design and the great performance. I think battery life is great too. No one has made such a nice phone yet other than s7 edge. So do not worry guys just buy and enjogy the beauty and its awesome performance. Just believe , this is only the phone that exist in the market which has no competitors. Iphone 6s or iphone 7, 8 9 is nothing to s7 edge.
Inserted micro sd on my s7 but the memory card notification keep popping up on my phone everytime I restarting my phone. How to remove the notification?
Praashant Âšhá, 21 May 2016Lol samsung galaxy s7 edge is new device ...google must give update for s7 edge Android n
Speaking to Google at the Android team's office hours event, we learned that Android N's new seamless update feature, borrowed from Chrome OS, will not be introduced on any current Nexus devices. While the benefits of seamless updates' usage of dual system partitions to allow updates to the OS proceed in the background are substantial, they're also a bit of a technical bear to put on existing smartphones. Implementing seamless updates on the Nexus 5X or 6P, for example, would require repartitioning the entire phone, and wouldn't be possible for an end user to complete without hooking the phone up to a computer, allegedly - it would just be a pain, in short. While references to seamless updates have been found in the latest N developer preview, it was confirmed to us that these have no bearing on existing devices getting seamless updates.
As such, it's exceedingly unlikely we'll see seamless updates implemented on any existing Android devices by any manufacturer, and instead that we'll only see it on new hardware running N or above out of the box going forward. For example, on new Nexus devices later this year.
Seamless updates borrows an update method from Chrome OS in which two system partitions live on the device at any one time. While one partition is in use by the phone at any one time, the other is free to be updated by the system, so an OS update can be downloaded and installed completely in the background, at which point the user reboots the device and the update will feel little slower than, say, a hard reboot.