Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge price in Ghana and review

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge price in Ghana and review

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge was the seventh flagship phone in the S series, with it came a somewhat familiar design and some of the best features that we have seen on flagship phone ever since. Wireless charging and waterproof and dust resistant phones were a reserve of Sony at the time and that meant lots of flaps that tend to come loose over time. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge price in Ghana has certainly dropped in the last two years making the S7 and the S7 Edge the best go to flagship on a budget. Do not be misled, it is still an expensive phone and a look at Samsung Ghana price list will show this. The Galaxy S7 price in Ghana and the Galaxy S7 Edge price in do not differ by a large margin and that is mainly because there is not a lot of difference between the two phones.

Samsung galaxy s7 edge price in Ghana and review

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So how much is Galaxy S7 in Ghana cedis? On Reapp, the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge price in Ghana is GHC 1370. Be sure to compile a Samsung Galaxy S7 price list in Ghana to find the best price and storage option to suit your preference.

Overview

The bad

  • No IR blaster (it is on the S6)
  • Still stuck with the microUSB port
  • It’s a fingerprint magnet like no other

The good

  • Amazing battery life
  • Edge Apps is polished
  • Perfect grip despite the size

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge specs

  • Network: GSM/HSPA/LTE
  • Body: 150.9 mm * 72.6 mm * 7.7 mm weighing 157g just five more than the Galaxy S7.
  • Display: 5.5” QHD Super AMOLED
  • Resolution: 1440*2560p, 16:9 aspect ratio at 534ppi (way more than the eye can discern)
  • Software: Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) upgradable to Android 8.0 Oreo
  • Chipset: Snapdragon 820 in the US (G9350), Exynos 8890 for the rest of the world (G935FD, G935F, G935W8)
  • Memory: 32/64/128GB ROM with 4GB RAM, Expandable up to 512GB (using the SIM 2 slot on dual-sim models)
  • Colors: Onyx Black, White, Gold, Silver, Pink Gold, Black Pearl, Coral Blue

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge hardware

Samsung galaxy s7 edge price in Ghana and review

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Design

Needless to say, Samsung’s design has become very comfortable wit their position at the top after having taken some serious design risks over the years. Looking at Samsung phone prices in Ghana will not shock many as the design work on the devices is already value for money. The all glass back and front give the phone an almost surreal feel in the hand. The aluminum edges are polished and curved just right for the best feeling in hand. The home button, which is also the fingerprint sensor is snappy but will require a press before it scans your fingerprint, something which most brands have done away with. Sensors automatically detect contact and lock if there is a match now. The phone is an absolute fingerprint magnet so consider buying a case with one of these if you want to keep it looking polished and shiny.

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Display

The quad HD design is in many ways overkill, to begin with it is a drain on the battery and there is no noticeable difference in quality from full HD to quad HD given the screen size. The screen will deliver the absolute best gaming experience on mobile and the contrast of the super AMOLED means colors are punchy and well saturated. You will not have a problem with visibility in sunlight with this screen. The only draw back of the curved edge display is that it is prone to breaking or cracking if dropped. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge screen price in Ghana is not specified but the official Samsung support website puts it at £199.00 which is approximately GHC 1257. That’s almost as much as the price of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in Ghana.

Processor, storage & performance

The reputation of Samsung’s flagships precedes them and this is no different. Backed by 4Gb of RAM the Exynos 8890 will breeze through any amount of multitasking you throw at it. The S7 edge is both good for gaming because of the amazing screen and for business because of the convenience of Samsung Pay and the office tools included on board. Knox security is a plus for keeping your files safe. The storage option you pick depend on what you want to use the phone for. You can also expand the storage to a whopping 512GB which is probably more than you will need unless you are shooting 4K video for long periods of time.

Battery

At 3600mAh, the S7 edge has enough juice to last you a whole day of use on a single full charge with about 7 hours of screen on time. This is with moderate brightness and average daily use conditions. If you are a heavy user then this figure will definitely be different. The larger screen on the S7 edge means more battery consumption. The always-on-display feature will also take its toll on the battery over time but if disabled you get a great battery life from this phone. Samsung stuck with the microUSB port which is a little disappointing but the phone does have quick charging and wireless charging.

Speaker and call quality

The bottom firing loudspeaker is a stereo speaker and can get significantly loud at maximum volume. The disadvantage is that you can easily cover it up and muffle the sound when using the phone in landscape mode. The earpiece is clear and if you decide to use the 3.5mm jack there is a dedicated noise cancellation microphone to provide extra clarity during use.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge software

OS and features

Retailing initially with Android 6 meant that you did not get a secure folder but a private mode but the upgrade to Android 7 or higher will give you the Secure Folder which is similar to the older Private Mode with less complexity of use. The OS is skinned with TouchWiz UI as is the norm with all Galaxy devices. The smooth animations and great icon redesign makes this one of the best smartphone experiences there is. Excluding the existence of the Infinity Display, this is the best display there is and the Edge Apps makes the best use of that curved edge. You can put your most useful shortcuts here, just a swipe away. Despite being limited to native apps only like Phone, File Manager and the camera, it is a very nice feature to have.

Camera, video and image quality

You can shoot video in 4K on this phone! You read that right. It will take up a lot of space to store this footage but it is worth it. If you are looking to do some pro photography on the go then this is a worthy companion. The camera app has a bunch of cool features such as the Selective auto-focus that will allow booker effect on photos and the slow-motion video. The selfie camera is great with full HD video and image capturing. The app will launch quickly with a double tap of the home button by default. You can change this setting if you want. A look at the low light photos by this camera will show you why the price of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in Ghana is worth it.

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Review

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is still one of the best devices you can buy at the price point. It is a two-year-old flagship that has most of what current flagships offer with a few changes to the design here and there. It is a reliable device that will serve the average smartphone user and the power user very well. If you do not mind the large bezel at the top and bottom then this is the perfect alternative to the Galaxy S8. The price of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in Ghana cedis gives the phone and even better competitive edge.

Verdict

It has a 3.5 mm audio jack, it is waterproof, looks great, feels great, works really well and it is cheaper than all flagships in the market right now. The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge has a lit going for it. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge price in Ghana is probably the best feature of the phone given the compromises you will have to make. You get everything you would on an S8 except the infinity display, USB type C, rear mounted fingerprint sensor and an iris scanner. If you can live without these then this is the phone for you.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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