There are two versions of the Samsung Galaxy S7. The one we can see above is the normal one that has a 4.7-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display that puts out 960 pixels-per-inch. The other, smaller version is the one above that has a 5.5-inch 1080p Display with a resolution of 1080p. Both are powered by 1.
The Galaxy S7 has a Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM, while the Galaxy S7 Pro has a Snapdragon 810 with 6GB of RAM. The main difference is the size of the RAM. Since one of our goals with our review unit was to compare the two, we decided to go with the Galaxy S7 Pro, but let’s not forget the difference the size of the RAM makes.
The first thing we noticed about the Galaxy S7 is its size. I know this isn’t the biggest, but it’s still a bit too small. The Galaxy S7 Pro, which has a whopping 6GB of RAM, is only a bit larger than the Galaxy S7. Both devices are powered by the same Exynos processor, and their battery life is very similar.
The Galaxy S7 Pro has a removable battery and a microSD card slot to expand its storage. On the other hand, the Galaxy S7 is a single “mechanical” button and a capacitive screen. That’s not to say the S7 Pro isn’t powerful, but it’s not as powerful as the S7.
The Galaxy S7 Pro is available in two colors: black, and metallic gold. The S7 is available in three different colors: black, teal, and blue.
I’ve been using this phone for over a year now, and I’ve never had any issues with battery life. I use the S7 phone as my daily driver, and the phone is still in good shape for its age.
I dont think the Galaxy S7 Pro is significantly better than the S7, but in my opinion Samsung has made it a bit better in the design.
I use the Galaxy S7 Pro as my daily driver. It’s still in good shape. It’s a bit smaller, but I like the design of the phone too.
I like the Android phone more and more. I don’t like the way the phone handles the battery. I like the Galaxy S7 Pro and my phone. I always enjoy having such a nice phone on my phone that I can wear it to the beach.
I’m a big S7 fanboy and S7 Pro owner too. The S7 is my phone for the most part. I do like the design of the phone a lot though.