In recent weeks, there’s been a fair amount of hoopla about Android’s app drawer. There have been rumours that Android N could do away with the app drawer entirely, and we’ve seen LG place the app drawer on the G5 within the Easy Home launcher for some reason. Then we get to Samsung, with its Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones showing the app drawer in its usual place on the home screen, with the option to disable it via the device’s Galaxy Labs menu. Except in the United States, that is. Read more
So, you’ve just received your brand new, top-of-the-line, Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge smartphone, and a feature you’ve been looking forward to using, Samsung Pay, is nowhere to be seen. If this is your experience, you probably bought the handset from Verizon. The good news is that you can easily remedy the situation yourself, and it will only take a couple of minutes to do so. Read more
Another phone, another official teardown. This time it’s the Galaxy S7, and unlike some of Samsung’s previous offerings, this one’s not so easy to fix if you bust anything. Read more
What is better than one Samsung Galaxy S7? Two for the price of one! Similar to what T-Mobile is doing, AT&T is also offering a buy one get one free deal on the latest Samsung flagship devices. You can get either the Galaxy S7 or the Galaxy S7 Edge with this deal. However, there are some restrictions.
When Samsung announced them at MWC 2016, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge were scheduled for a March 11 release date. It was impressive to see the company have its flagship ready so soon, but it’s a huge surprise that carriers are shipping phones sooner than expected.
Now all of the four big U.S. carriers are shipping the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 early.
YouTube users TechRax is giving the Galaxy S7 Edge his signature hammer and knife test in a new video.