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Samsung Galaxy S7 hands-on review | MWC 2016

Samsung’s Galaxy S7 looks like a huge improvement on the Galaxy S6; faster camera and – FINALLY – expandable storage. 

In the brief time we’ve been able to have with the Samsung Galaxy S7, comparing it to the likes of the LG G4 and Sony Xperia Z5 from last year, it looks like Samsung’s upped its game for 2016. Not to say that the Galaxy S6 was bad, but there was definitely room for improvement in some areas. 

We’ve gone hands on with the Samsung Galaxy S7 at the Samsung booth at Mobile World Congress to give you this early first look hands-on review. 

We’ve included time-coded links below so you can jump to the bits that are most relevent to you – including one of a broken-looking man dropping a Galaxy S7 demo model. 

Design: 0:17
Screen: 1:35
Camera: 2:39 
Android 6.0 Marshmallow: 3:43
AnTuTu Benchmark: 4:22 
Man in green shirt drops phone: 4:24

You can pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S7 from a number of UK networks now including O2, EE and Three. Check out our full Samsung Galaxy S7 price round up here

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