Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930F 32GB

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Samsung Galaxy S7 med 32 GB lagringsutrymme lanserades första kvartalet 2016. Mobiltelefons skärmstorlek är 5.1 tum med upplösningen 1 440 x 2 560 pixlar, internminnet är på 4 GB och operativsystemet är Android 7.0. Den bakre kameran är på 12 megapixel med stöd för inspelning av 4K-video, batteriet är på 3 000 mAh och laddning sker via micro-USB. Galaxy S7 är både damm- och vattentålig. Stäng
Samsung Galaxy S7 med 32 GB lagringsutrymme lanserades första kvartalet 2016. Mobiltelefons skärmstorlek är 5.1 tum med upplösningen 1 440 x 2 560 pixlar, internminnet är på 4 GB ... Läs mer
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  • Vi testar Samsung Galaxy S7

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    • Strålande skärm
    • Kompetent kamera
    • Pålitlig batteritid
    • Hög prestanda

    Minus

    • Hal konstruktion
    • Bakstycket samlar fingeravtryck
    • Bloatware
    • Saknar USB Type-C
    • Kostsam

    Score Details

    • 8/10: Gränssnitt/Mjukvara
    • 9/10: Byggkvalitet
    • 10/10: Skärm
    • 10/10: Kamera
    • 9/10: Prestanda
    • 8/10: Batteritid

    2 år sedan
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    Samsung Galaxy S7

    Plus

    • Vattentålig
    • Prestanda
    • Formgivning
    • Skärm

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    • Begränsad internlagring

    2 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S7

    Plus

    • Stunning looks
    • Great camera experience
    • microSD slot and IP68 water resistance
    • Glorious display

    Minus

    • Fingerprint magnet
    • TouchWiz still has some quirks
    • Poor speakers

    1 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 review

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    • Improved, waterproof design
    • Fantastic screen and power
    • Superb camera

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    • High price
    • Only 32GB internal space
    • Fingerprint magnet

    Conclusion
    Samsung has tweaked the winning design from the S6, righted the wrongs of its previous flagships, and made a phone you don't want to put down.The Samsung Galaxy S7 is a worthy recipient of a five-star techradar review. That's no easy feat – only a handful of phones have ever hit the top mark – but the Galaxy S7 has earned its place in our hall of fame.Is it worth the upgrade? If you're coming out of a two-year contract and you're looking for a flagship smartphone, then absolutely – the Galaxy S7 will blow your two-year-old handset out of the water. As long as you're comfortable with the price – and it really is worth it – then you won't look back.For those considering trading in their Galaxy S6 (or other 2015 flagship), the case isn't quite as strong. The S6 still has a great screen, dazzling camera and plenty of power, so the step up may not feel big enough.That said, the Galaxy S7 improves on pretty much every aspect of the S6, making it the best phone in the world right now, alongside the larger Galaxy S7 Edge. If money isn't an issue, the Galaxy S7 will justify the outlay – but the more cash-conscious may want to hold out for the Galaxy S8.Not convinced? Then check these out instead:Samsung Galaxy S7 EdgeLike the look of the Galaxy S7 but fancy a bigger, curved display? Then you'll want the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Apart from the size and shape of their screens, these two handsets are identical.The S7 Edge will set you back a bit more, but you get more screen real estate to play with, slightly better battery life, a futuristic look and Samsung's Edge screen interface, which now has more going for it than the S6 Edge's slightly lackluster implementation.It's worth bearing in mind, though, that as well as being cheaper, the Galaxy S7 is also easier to use one handed.The decision really comes down to personal preference, and whichever handset you pick you won't be disappointed.Read our Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge reviewiPhone 7Samsung's biggest rival is Apple, and now there's another '7' in town, thanks to Apple offering an all-new upgrade to play with.The iPhone 7 provides a fresh challenge for the S7 with it, too, being waterproof, and offering dual speakers to give a more multi-dimensional listening experience.The 7 has a smaller 4.7-inch display which is isn't even full HD, and its flat back means it doesn't sit quite as snugly in the palm. Its iOS 10 interface, though, is fluid, and it even seems to be a match for the S7 when it comes to raw power, according to our tests.Sadly, battery life still isn't as strong on the iPhone 6S, but Apple's interface is arguably more intuitive than Samsung's TouchWiz – although that's very much a matter of opinion.It's a more expensive phone, that's for sure - and if you've not already jumped to iOS, chances are this still won't be enough of an upgrade to tempt you. Read: iPhone 7 review HTC 10HTC is always a brand that's in the same arena as Samsung, no matter what happens. With a similar spec list - QHD, cutting edge processor and loads of RAM to play with.It's also one of the few top-end phones to feature adoptable storage, meaning you can plop in a memory card and use it as internal memory - which is a big help when you're worried about running low.And once again there's the premium HTC design on show - the chamfered edges are 'sculpted by light' so when you put it face down on a table it catches random gleams to get the best out of the visuals.And the headline feature has to be the audio performance - it's insanely good over headphones, and recording 4K video at a gig is almost professional grade. A sterling performer.Read: HTC 10 review OnePlus 3TThe new phone from the Chinese manufacturer is now even newer - with a slightly higher price tag, and a 128GB option as well. It still offers great value with a low price on top of heaps of power (up to Snapdragon 821), offering the same processor and an AMOLED screen, a premium design that's up there with the best of them and a clever interface.The camera is decent enough - perhaps not as good as the flagships it wants to rival as its low light performance isn't the best - but for most scenarios it's pretty darn good.This is (still) a low-cost phone with high-end power - one for the discerning phone buyer. Read: everything to know about OnePlus 3T LG G5The LG G5 offers up a more revolutionary flagship experience than its rivals, including the Galaxy S7.While many comparisons can be drawn between the Galaxy S7 and the iPhone 6S, the G5 offers a modular design and a removable battery, increasing the functionality of the device.Its 5.3-inch display means it's bigger than the S7, but its all-metal body feels more premium in the hand, and on the back it boasts two cameras. These work independently of one another, with one offering 16MP snaps and the other sporting a wide-angle 8MP lens.The G5 may not ship in as high volumes as the Galaxy S7, and the battery life isn't as good, but its unique appeal still makes it a head-turner.Read: LG G5 review Samsung Galaxy S6At the end of the day the Samsung Galaxy S7 is essentially just an iteration of the Galaxy S6 – it just happens to be a very good iteration.The Galaxy S6 has now dropped in price, and while you don't get a waterproof body or microSD slot, there's still a top-notch camera, dazzling display and more power than you can shake a stick at.The thing is, you'll know in the back of your mind that there's a better option out there. The Galaxy S7 addresses the issues with the S6 to make an even better smartphone – and that thought may eat away at you. Read: Samsung Galaxy S6 review First reviewed: March 2016

    1 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S7

    Fördelar:

    • Utmärkt kamera
    • Bra skärm
    • Vattentät
    • Kraftfull processor

    Nackdelar:

    • Dyr
    • Skör baksida
    • Medelmåttig batteritid
    • Förinstallerade appar

    Omdöme:
    Samsung Galaxy S7 är en av marknadens absolut bästa smartphone just nu. Med en utmärkt kamera, bra skärm, vattentät design och kraftfull processor finns det få konkurrenter som kan komma i närheten av Galaxy S7. Med det sagt är den inte helt perfekt. Telefonens batteritid är inte mer än medelmåttig och även om den kan tyckas vara vacker så är dess glastäckta baksida lika skör som framsidan.

    2 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S7

    Plus

    • Utmärkt kamera
    • Bra skärm
    • Vattentät
    • Kraftfull processor

    Minus

    • Dyr
    • Skör baksida
    • Medelmåttig batteritid
    • Förinstallerade appar

    Slutsats

    Samsung Galaxy S7 är en av marknadens absolut
    bästa smartphone just nu. Med en utmärkt kamera,
    bra skärm, vattentät design och kraftfull
    processor finns det få konkurrenter som kan komma
    i närheten av Galaxy S7. Med det sagt är den
    inte helt perfekt. Telefonens batteritid är inte
    mer än medelmåttig och även om den kan tyckas
    vara vacker så är dess glastäckta baksida lika
    skör som framsidan.

    2 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S7

    Plus

    • Polished design. Awesome camera. Long battery life. microSD storage slot and water-resistant (again!).

    Minus

    • Annoyingly reflective. Smudge magnet. Plastic-looking selfies even with no filter. No removable battery, which isn't surprising, but is still a compromise compared to 2014's S5.

    Conclusion
    The fast, powerful, beautiful Galaxy S7 phone is 2016's all-around phone to beat.

    2 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Review: Boring, And That’s Just the Way We Like It

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    • Quality build and display
    • High-end performance
    • Waterproofing and expandable memory have returned
    • Great camera

    Minus

    • Fingerprint sensor isn’t very accurate
    • Doesn’t bring much of anything new to the table
    • Always-on display needs work

    2 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 review: pretty and powerful

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    • +Attractive build
    • +Powerful internals
    • +Fantastic low light camera performance
    • +IP68 water resistant

    Minus

    • Slippery when moist
    • Fingerprint smudges galore
    • Headphone audio a step back from GS6

    Score Details

    • Build and materials: 9.0
    • Design: 8.7
    • Durability: 9.0
    • Specs: 9.5
    • Display: 9.7
    • Audio: 8.0
    • Camera: 10
    • Software: 8.5
    • User Experience: 9.0

    ConclusionTo answer the question posed at the top of this review, this year’s Galaxy phones present us with the most complete vision yet of what a Galaxy phone should be. Nearly every issue we had with the Galaxy S6 has been addressed, and most everything we liked about the S6 has been refined. There’s precious little fault we can find here, and most of the criticisms we can lob at this phone will largely come down more to personal preferences than objective examinations.Of course no phone is perfect, and at this price, it would be completely understandable if one minor issue might turn into a complete deal breaker for some customers, like the headphone playback. Plus the Galaxy S7 doesn’t exist in a vacuum, and it faces intense competition from other manufacturers this year.Even so, this will be a tough act to top.Related Videos

  • Samsung Galaxy S7 review

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      Sumptuous screen, fast and powerful, great camera, impressive battery, microSD storage, accurate fingerprint scanner, subtle design flourishes, Android Marshmallow.

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      Limited to 32GB model, mono speaker, 5.1in screen may be too small for some

    ConclusionThe Galaxy S7 is almost indistinguishable from its curvier sibling in performance and features, and that can only be a good thing. Samsung has clearly found its groove.

  • Samsung Galaxy S7 review

    Conclusion The Samsung Galaxy S6 was the best phone of 2015 and, although it’s still early days, the Galaxy S7 is a serious contender for best phone of 2016. Samsung has taken into account what its fans want, addressing the three main areas of concern: removable storage, waterproofing and battery life. It’s also upgraded the core hardware and photography gear, added an always-on display and some useful software. Right now the Galaxy S7 is simply unbeatable.

  • Samsung Galaxy S7 review

    Conclusion The Samsung Galaxy S6 was the best phone of 2015 and, although it’s still early days, the Galaxy S7 is a serious contender for best phone of 2016. Samsung has taken into account what its fans want, addressing the three main areas of concern: removable storage, waterproofing and battery life. It’s also upgraded the core hardware and photography gear, added an always-on display and some useful software. Right now the Galaxy S7 is simply unbeatable.

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    Samsung Galaxy S7 review: The unsung hero?

    Plus

    • Great camera experience
    • Good battery performance
    • MicroSD slot
    • Refined design and build (with waterproofing)

    Minus

    • TouchWiz is over the top
    • Prone to fingerprint smears
    • Will always sit in the shadow of the SGS7 edge

    Conclusion The Samsung Galaxy S7 has quite a challenge ahead of it. Born with a bigger and better looking sibling device, the S7 edge, the regular model is likely to be a phone that fights for its place in the spotlight.It continues Samsung's great design reinvention, though, refining what started with the SGS6, but adding some really compelling options in waterproofing and microSD card inclusion. There's plenty of power too - even if we're predicting some sort of international outrage over the Qualcomm vs Exynos debate - paired with a great display, pretty good battery performance and a camera that's consistently good.Where the Galaxy S7 stumbles is in the continuing software excess. Although it runs smoothly and you get options to turn so much of it off, we can't help feeling that Samsung isn't making this phone better by adding so much to it. Less is more, as they say, and TouchWiz really could do with decluttering. Switching out some of Samsung's efforts for Google's offerings may well deliver a better experience.But when you've got power, design, a great camera experience and a battery that gets you through the day, it's difficult not to like the SGS7. It fixes much of what was generally disliked about the SGS6 and, for those who don't want to grapple with the larger edge version, is the more apparent choice.For all its foibles, this unsung hero is a strong addition to the world of smartphones.