Galaxy S7 Review: The Best of Android?
Samsung's Galaxy S6 signaled a new direction for the Korean company and the Galaxy S7 refines on that philosophy in a big way.
Here's the thing: If you were hoping for the Galaxy S7 to be this tectonic shift, you'll be sorely disappointed. There are no big new technologies here designed to make the S7 stand out-no 3D touch like you see with the iPhone or a "Magic Slot" like we're seeing from the LG G5. You'll have to check out the S7 Edge if you want something more futuristic. With the S7, what consumers get is a highly polished device that fixes what people disliked about last year's model. Samsung mostly focused on refinement and there's nothing wrong with that.