The S7 Edge has a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED panel and its Quad HD (2560 x 1440) resolution gives them a pixel density of 535 PPI. The US, Japan and China will be getting the 2.2GHz quad-core, Snapdragon 820-powered chips with other markets due to get the 2.4GHz octa-core Exynos-equipped versions. 32GB and 64GB models are being launched. The S7 features a 3600mAh. battery. Samsung decided not to go with Type C, instead opting for Micro USB.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Stories August 7
[Update: Back to quarterly update schedule] Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge lose quarterly security updates
We’ve praised Samsung recently for really attempting to keep devices updated a bit more frequently, heck, they even have offered support for some devices like the S8 and Note 8 way longer than with previous releases. The good news kind of stops there, as it appears the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are getting dropped from quarterly security update support to just plain old “regular.”
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Stories May 15
Galaxy Tab S4 now getting wider Android Pie rollout, Galaxy S7 may get May security patch
While we have already seen LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 get some Android Pie action in select regions, the update is now finally arriving across the board in a wider rollout.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Stories June 29, 2018
Oreo has been slowly rolling out to various Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge variants over the last several months, and now it’s T-Mobile’s turn. But this update involves more than just a firmware update, it also includes support for RCS Universal Profile 1.0, allowing for richer communications between carriers.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Stories June 11, 2018
Android Oreo rolling out now to Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge on Verizon
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Stories May 18, 2018
Just the other day it was revealed that Samsung has pressed pause on its rollout of Android Oreo to the Galaxy S7 family. Today, that rollout is being resumed…
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Stories May 16, 2018
Samsung pauses Galaxy S7/S7 Edge Android Oreo rollout due to ‘unexpected reboots’
Samsung isn’t exactly the quickest when it comes to pushing out major Android updates, but in the long run it generally gets the job done. Recently, the company started rolling out Android Oreo to the Galaxy S7 family, but now it’s pressing pause on that update.