Samsung - Galaxy S7 edge 32GB - Gold Platinum (AT&T)

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Work, rest and play with the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. A massive 5.5-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen goes all the way to the edges of the phone so that you get the maximum area possible to work with. Solid water resistance, great processing and masses of memory round out this Samsung Galaxy S7 edge..

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What's Included


  • Galaxy S7 edge with 32GB Memory Cell Phone

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
94% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2925 out of 3120)

Features


Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor

Quad-core 2.2GHz processor and 4GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.

Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS

S’More to Love.

4G LTE speed

Provides fast Web connection for downloading apps, streaming content and staying connected with social media.

5.5" Super AMOLED Quad HD touch screen

Extra-large screen is matched with a slim body to comfortably fit in your hand. Offers 16:9 cinema-like screen ratio that's perfect for viewing of videos, photos and games.

Dual Edge Design and Experience

Get real-time scores and news delivered right to your edge.

12.0MP rear-facing camera for full HD pictures and videos

The world’s first dual pixel smartphone camera makes capturing low light photos a breeze. Also includes a front-facing 5.0MP camera for self-portraits and video.

32GB internal memory plus microSD slot

Provides plenty of storage space for your contacts, music, apps and more. Expand storage up to 128GB by adding a microSD card (sold separately).

Cloud support lets you access your files anywhere

Store your photos, videos, documents and other files on Drive for secure access across multiple devices. Fees may apply.

Use your smartphone as a mobile hotspot

Share your 4G data connection with other compatible wireless devices.

Always on Display

Get the time or notifications without waking your screen.

Water-resistant IP86

Why in the world would you get a smartphone that’s not water-resistant?

Requires a minimum data service starting at $20/month.

Early Termination Fees will be prorated, starting at $325 minus $10 for each full month of service commitment completed. Phone activation required before use. Carrier activation fees may apply.


Overall customer rating

4.6
94%
would recommend to a friend

Expert rating

4.7

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Leader of the pack

    Posted
    CaptainSpaulding
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    The much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has finally arrived and I’m so glad I upgraded my 3 yr old iPhone 5 to this powerhouse beauty. When the iPhone 6S Plus arrived 6 months ago, I was not that impressed and decided to wait and see what features the Galaxy 7 would bring to the table . My patience paid off and after 2 weeks of using it, I can honestly say that there isn’t a better phone out there. It isn’t perfect (no phone ever is) but it has pretty much all of the desirable features you would want in a smartphone: spectacular display, top-notch camera, blazing fast processor, expandable storage, great battery life, highly customizable, waterproof and sexy good looks. Prior to the iPhone 5, I owned a Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket. That was a good phone at the time but it had its drawbacks: weak battery, unstable Android OS that kept freezing or crashing, unimpressive screen resolution (480 x 800) and a cheap plastic cover that would always pry open the battery whenever I dropped the phone. This led me to getting an iPhone 5 after I became eligible for an upgrade because it didn’t have any of those issues. But the Galaxy S7 Edge is an entirely different beast all together. I was hesitant to buy a 5.5” phone because I thought it would be a hassle for performing one handed operations; especially if you put a cover on it. Well those fears have been laid to rest because the S7 Edge has a very lean design resulting in a shorter width (5 mm) and length (7 mm) than the iPhone 6S Plus even though they both have the same screen size. It also weighs roughly 20% less than the iPhone. (Although this is not a big deal for me because both phones are light enough). The Edge also has a sharper screen resolution to the iPhone (534 ppi vs. 401 ppi). To be fair, most people won’t be able to tell the difference with their naked eye and both phone are plenty sharp when reading text, viewing pictures or watching videos. However most people will notice the more vibrant colors of the Edge’s AMOLED display vs. the iPhone’s IPS display screen. One of the few things I wasn’t as impressed with was the curved screen. Form wise it’s fantastic, however I’m not too sure about its function. For example, whenever I’m watching videos, I almost always unintentionally press something on the screen because of its curved shape. This can get annoying and it also takes a little away from the viewing experience because you’re losing about 5% of the picture while watching/viewing content on the phone. Not a huge deal but sometimes I wonder if I would be better off buying an S7 and sacrifice the 0.4” or wait for the S6 Note and get a slightly bigger but flat screen. The curved screen does come with some exclusive features like a navigation tools panel that slides from the right side of the screen. You can customize it by selecting from various 3rd party apps like Yahoo! Sports, Stocks, News, etc. The Edge also comes with a massive 3,600 mAh battery to feed the super-fast processor and razor sharp display. It lasts me a whole day (and then some) on a full charge with regular usage. It also comes with a new ‘Always-on display’. (This feature is also available on the S7). You can choose between a clock/calendar combo or 3 preinstalled images to display on your phone even when it is locked. It can also display some notifications like a missed call/text. I chose the neon blue dial clock. The camera on this thing is second to none. When taking pictures/videos in the daylight, it is up there among the best. But when taking pictures in low light scenes (indoors), it is in a class by itself with its dual pixel rear facing f/1.7 aperture lens. It's obviously not DSLR quality but for a smartphone camera, it is impressive. The front facing camera is not as impressive but it does take a more wide angle shot when taking selfies than an iPhone. One of the things I definitely do not miss about the iPhone is its lack of customization. You can customize the heck out of this phone to your liking with widgets, displays, and settings without having to jailbreak it. Ultimately the vast majority of people will either go with a Galaxy or iPhone. I have owned both phones and this is how I see it: the iPhone is like that guy at work who’s a solid performer who shows up to work every day and gets his job done and is liked by the upper management. He has an impressive resume and has done some great things to take the company to lofty heights. However, he has become content with what he has accomplished and is now slow at identifying and responding to the customer’s needs and wants. The Galaxy on the other hand is the new guy who questions everything. He is well liked by his peers because he brings a breath of fresh air to the work environment and is cool to work with. He thinks outside the box and is definitely not a ‘yes man’. He is bold and likes to take chances and those chances are paying off. Here are some of the pros and cons of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: PROS: Blazing fast processor that results in a buttery smooth operation Best overall camera of any smartphone Highly customizable to your liking Excellent battery life Vibrant display (AMOLED) Expandable storage (Micro SD) Waterproof Fast charging (full charge in under 1.5 hrs) Wireless charging option Gear VR compatibility Liquid cooling to prevent the phone from overheating Responsive fingerprint scanner Best design of any smartphone Always-on display Voice clarity CONS: The curved display can get annoying at times. The curved screen is exposed and can potentially get cracked when dropped on a hard surface even if you put a bumper case on it. No 3D Touch The front facing camera is not as good as the iPhone 6s Plus in terms of picture quality.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best phone I've ever held or used.

    Posted
    Safyrical
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    This is probably the 11th smartphone I've owned since purchasing my first iPhone (2G) 8 years ago. After being around the block that many times, I've always had at least a couple "unchecked" boxes off my perfect phone with every handset I've owned. This one finally reached that point for me! Amazing cameras, insane power, ridiculously high battery life, crystal-clear display, and even a couple of eye-catching gimmicks that give it an amazing finish. I had purchased the Galaxy S6 edge last year hoping for that perfect phone, but it's 2 fatal flaws found it shelved within a few months. Flaw 1 was the dead-by-noon battery life, and flaw 2 was it's extreme susceptibility to water damage. Using the phone in the RAIN often left that phone incapacitated for a day to a week while it dried out. It was the coolest most unreliable phone in the world. The S7E fixed those final two checkboxes, and sold me on the nearly $800 pricetag. The phone feels incredible in my hand. If you haven't picked one up, even to test it out at the samsung bar, do it! The Camera has an amazing depth of field and brings subjects into stunning focus. The edge panels give me the ability to jump from program to program without ever having to see my homescreen if desired, taking a 2-step process down to 1 step. Always-On Display is amazing for use as a timepiece when it's sitting face-up on the table, and the (now)traditional edge is great for indicating new messages when face-down. Take a look at this phone when you get the chance. Try it out in your hand. It's a large 5.5" screen, so it's definitely on the upper ends of size, but it is amazingly comfortable and pocketable. I enjoy every aspect of this handset!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best phone I've ever owned!!!

    Posted
    Catfish45
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    The galaxy S7 Edge is by far the best phone I have ever owned. I've primarily owned iPhones and windows phones but stayed away from Android because of all the reviews saying android crashes and has considerable lag. But, I was getting tired of the iPhone and looking at the same OS phone after phone, I needed a change. This review will be mostly for people looking to switch. I had been using an nvidia shield for a while which runs on android and had never really had an issue with it so I started looking at android phones. Unfortunately none of them really caught my eye until samsung announced the S7. When I saw the pictures I thought it looked absolutely stunning. I pre-ordered the phone without trying it out or holding it in my hand and boy am I glad I did! There is just so much to love about this phone. The screen is just beautiful. I thought my iPhone 6+ screen looked great until I put the two side by side and its not even close. The display is much sharper on the S7 and the colors really stand out. Try it for yourself, the iPhone screen looks washed out compared to the S7. I loved the always on display of my windows phones and really missed it once I went back to iPhone. It's kinda nice to glance at your phone to see the date, time or if you have any new notifications without pressing any buttons on the phone. The S7 screen is very sensitive and I find that's a good thing. I felt with my iPhone that it didn't pick up finger presses sometimes where as the S7 will register an input even holding my finger ever so slightly above the screen. Oh and try using your fingernail to navigate your iPhone, nope. The camera on the phone is great, certainly one of the best I've used, although I'm still not sure it's better than my lumia 1020. Wireless charging, once you use it you won't want to go back to using a cord. The ability to use this phone with the gear vr which is just to cam cool, but thats a whole other review! There are little things in the OS that you will notice that are so simple you'll wonder why the heck don't other phones have this feature. For example, say you're on Facebook and you get a text, instead of jumping out of Facebook, and going to your messages, with android a box pops up giving you the option to close the notification or reply within that box to the person without having to close out of any apps or open another. When calling someone, simply choose your contact and put the phone up to your ear and it starts dialing. Say you're texting someone and don't feel like texting them anymore, you would just rather call them. There is a call button in the messaging app, simply tap that to call the person your texting. Double tap your home button to get straight to the camera from any screen even if the phone is off. The ability to customize almost every thing in the OS such as themes, icons, launchers, colors and keyboards. Speaking of keyboards, swipe is just great on android, works much better than the iPhone version. Android allows a lot of different types of apps such as torrent apps, emulators, file system apps and remote desktop apps. These are just a few of the little things that may seem gimmicky or that you don't think you will use but you quickly get used to them then wonder how you did without them in the past. Now as with every product there are some negatives. No imessage, but iquickly got over that. To be honest, the edge screen is cool but I don't really find it useful. In fact I find the phone a little hard to use without a case because my fingers touch the edge of the screen and accidentally open apps. Having a case has eliminated this issue and knowing this I would still choose the Edge over the regular S7 to get the larger screen and bigger battery. Speaking of battery, I can make it a full day on a single charge which is what I got out of my iPhone. The thing I've noticed though is that even if the phone sits doing nothing, the battery still draws down. I've let my iPhone sit for a day and lost like 2% battery. Those things sip barret juice when idle. I have encountered a few app crashes, mostly on the gear vr end. I did download an app that refused to load which makes me wonder how the heck it made its way into the app store. Aside from these few minor gripes, I haven't had any real issues. There is a bit of a learning curve going from one os to another but no biggie. So in conclusion, the phone is great to look at both screen wise and cosmetically, it's much more flexible in terms of apps and customization and has some nice features both hardware and software wise. At this point I don't think I could go back to Apple as I would just feel too restricted.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    GREAT phone but it has a few drawbacks

    Posted
    ChristianW
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Ok so this is written but someone who has literally shunned Samsung for years. My last experience was a Galaxy S4 which I sold 3 months after getting it, I hated it that much. I like to tinker with my devices (root and unlock bootloaders and so on), and because Samsung locks down the bootloaders on request of the carriers, and they have that pesky Knox garbage along with the horrid TouchWhiz interface, I stayed far away and told everyone else I knew to also. With that being said, I came to this phone from my Nexus 6 (which was heavily modded). I played with a demo model for awhile and came to find out that Sammy toned down how intrusive TouchWhiz was, along with how bad it actually looked! So that caught my attention. Went home, read a few reviews, and since I loved my Google Cardboard, and was excited about the Samsung VR promotion, I decided to pull the trigger and get one. This is where I praise the staff at the Best Buy in Brookfield. I went to my store in Menomonee Falls, but they were out of the VR headset, so I went to Brookfield. I got there at 8pm and figured once all was said and done, I would be out the door by 8:30. Well there was a screw up in my account with ATT, and the SNAP system at Best Buy was giving the staff wrong information. Not only did they get it all squared away, but they also stuck around until 9:45 to assist me (they close at 9). When all was said and done, I left with my new phone and some accessories. Onto the phone itself. This thing is a work of art. The screen is clear and vibrant, TouchWhiz isnt such a performance hit (as in past iterations), but one thing that still disappoints me, is all the junk Samsung tosses on their phone, that eats up 8GBs of storage. This time, they included the SD slot expansion, which was a welcome addition, but seeing as how this only comes in the 32gb variety (another disappointment), it was needed. Samsung also disabled a feature called adaptable storage. Essentially what this does is allow you to set up a micro sd card to be an extension of the onboard storage. So if you have a 32gb phone, and add 128gb card, your phone would, in essence, be a 160gb phone. Well one of the reasons I read about, as to why this was disabled, was because the storage built in was extremely faster then anything on the market as of now, in regards to SD speeds (read/write). You are still able to move your apps to the SD card (if the apps allow it), which helps alot,but its not something that happens automatically. Another drawback, is the lack of apps that make use of the edge feature. Sure the feature is more functional then say the S6 Edge, but its still underutilized. There are a handful of apps on the Samsung Market, but for most people, they are pointless and the ones that MIGHT have a use for some people, cost money (of course). Samsung also improved its theme support, which is also awesome, but the free ones are of free quality. Gone are also a bunch of the useless gimmicks, traditional of TouchWhiz. The fingerprint sensor is a great feature, and works well, just be sure to program multiple fingers, depending on how you hold the phone. The camera is top notch and loads up faster then any phone I have had in the past (and its an extensive list). Its a slight step down from the S6 Edge camera, but is still great. This is the FIRST Samsung phone I have owned that I can actually say I am happy with, and if you knew me, and how anti-Samsung I was, that is saying ALOT :D

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Nice Phone Bad Break

    Posted
    Doc1701
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    The Galaxy s7 Edge has a beautiful, bright screen and all the whistles and bells we have come to expect of our grab-n-go smart phones these days. All the whistles and bells we are expected to pay for without blinking. I generally dislike reading reviews that don't actually tell you about the product, but only expound on the experience. So, before I go on about the experience, let me say that this review would be glowing about the product if only the phone hadn't dropped to the floor and cracked while I was trying to put it into its impact protector. Worse the pain is that I had had the phone less than 24 hours when it happened. The sting is still fresh since less than a week has passed. With any other phone purchase, I would have walked out of the store with the impact protector applied to the device. The sales person who helped me said to wait till the next day to put the impact protector so the screen protector could get a good seal and not peel up from the curve of the edge glass. While this may be true, the cost of a screen protector is far less than the cost of a phone. Even cracked, the screen is beautiful and responds appropriately to touch input. The front camera still operates and pictures are not blurry. The vibrate motor has stopped functioning after 5 days post drop. In researching this issue, it appears to be a common problem even if the phone wasn't dropped. Regarding the customer service experience calling for support the morning after the purchase: Called the Best Buy store where I bought the phone: manager said he can't do anything about it but send it out for repairs at cost. He said his workers had given me the correct advice regarding the screen protector peeling up and he could do nothing more for me. Called Samsung: ALL warranty is voided if the housing is cracked. Nice for them. Called phone carrier: Confirmed lack of coverage by manufacturer. Very nice guy looked up repair shops in local area for me and even checked Amazon for a repair kit I could use to do it myself. Called a repair place in town: They are happy to charge over half the cost of the phone to replace the screen. This whole incident makes me feel like a kid whose ice cream fell to the ground as the ice cream man handed it to me. And then the ice cream man laughed and said he'd be happy to sell me another for the new price since the sale price has expired. Since I am already out the cost of the phone and no one will cover damage, I get to reengage my tech skills (with the help of Amazon and YouTube University). Once I have all the parts I'll repair the item myself. Moral of the story: Put your impact protector on before you leave the store and accept that a cheap piece of acetate is going to peel up. Pity manufacturers don't make their products more durable. But then, there wouldn't be cottage industries for protection devices and insurance. There is never just the cost of the phone and the phone service.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    THE BEST GALAXY PHONE YET!

    Posted
    OZLOVER
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    How does one begin reviewing a phone like the Samsung S7 Edge? Where do you start? With its incredible look & feel? Or that it's waterproof? Or the amazing pictures it takes? I could go on and on, but there's been many critiques by people who do this for a living. I've read several and not one didn't love this phone. It surpasses many others in various benchmarks. Yes, I do read these because I want to know what I'm getting. I personally compared it to the iPhone 6s+. To be honest, I am NOT an Apple person, but do I need to elaborate? No. The S7 Edge was better in numerous ways. Not just by benchmarks, but by the ways regular people (not total geeks) compare phones, like its appearance, camera, storage, size, usability, etc. I'm a devoted Galaxy phone person. This is my 5th, passing up on the 4th & 6th versions. So when I read that the S7 Edge was coming out in early 2016, I stopped looking for an S6 Edge. And I am sooo happy I did. I've had this phone for 2 months now, and I still can't stop looking at it. I'm glad Samsung made the S7 Edge a bit narrower than S5. I have small hands so it's easier for me to hold. The phone is blazing fast. The camera is fun to play with. There's many options that were not available in the S5, such as live broadcasting, slow mo, virtual. Personalizing is, for me, the most fun and time-consuming because there's so much I can do. The Edge apps are great, although we need more. I've even downloaded a couple, one for sports scores & another for news. The security settings are fantastic. I love using the fingerprints which is much better than on the S5. Even if you don't use it for waking up, it's still available for specific apps. I've set up Samsung Pay, but haven't had an opportunity to use it. Setup was easy, but certain banks won't let you use it. There's also Amazon Pay, but you need to choose which you want to use. And charging is fast with the Fast Adapter. If you don't use it, it will just take longer to charge. There's a lot more to see & do. But the best thing to do is to go through the phone. Check out all the settings first. There's other useful ones you might want to try and/or use. Get your phone ready for daily use. Personalize it. And don't forget to buy a screen protector & rear cover. Even though it has Gorilla glass, it can still get damaged. I personally recommend a tempered glass screen protector. I have one on all my devices. You won't even know it's on. As I stated in the Summary, this is the BEST, MOST BEAUTIFUL, AND FUN Galaxy phone I've ever owned. Try it, then buy it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Too much AT&T crapware

    Posted
    jgrif
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I just transitioned from my third iPhone to Android. All and all I'm pretty happy with the move. This is some of the best Android Hardware on the market. The camera is very good and the screen is beautiful. The device build is every bit as solid as an Apple device. The Edge screen seems a little gimmicky to me. I don't find myself making use of it, and I often find myself accidentally pressing things I don't mean to, which is frustrating. Aside from The Edge screens, the Galaxy S7 Edge has a larger battery than the Galaxy S7. Not sure if that amounts to longer battery time, but that was a big part of the reason I chose this phone vs the plain Galaxy S7. I have two main problems though. First, between Samsung and AT&T this is loaded up with a bunch of bloatware that I'll never use and can't uninstall. Why am I forced to have Uber on my phone? Or a Caller Name ID application that requires a subscription. I don't want to do subscribe, but I can't uninstall it. The built-in Samsung apps for photo gallery, contacts, and others are generally ok. However, it is cumbersome to hide and disable them so you can use the Google apps as your default. My second gripe is that the Android operating system doesn't seem to have a point of view on the best way to use it. For example, there are so many Google messaging apps that don't interact well with each other and there is not really a clear replacement for Apple iMessage that allows you to integrate SMS and messaging on your computer. Hangouts is the closest thing to this, but they seem to be rolling back the SMS functionality. Of course, this opens up a bunch of customizations that many users will like, but it is an adjustment coming from the Apple ecosystem where everything is designed to work together fairly seamlessly. It took a couple of weeks to adjust and customize my phone to the point where I felt it was efficient and enjoyable to use. Now I am happy with my move.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    UPDATE CRASHED PHONE . DO NOT BUY.

    Posted
    nad123

    update crashed phone! Samsung Bad Customer Service. Refused to help unless I give them more money! My S7 edge did a software update during the night and the next day my phone crashed. First it was stuck on the samsung logo then it tried to reboot itself. It crashed shortly after and refused to charge. None of the soft reset options worked. I bought this phone on March 1st 2017 at Best Buy. I took it back to Best Buy expecting it to be covered under the 1 year Manufacturer's warranty. They refused to offer me the warranty because of a small crack on the edge of the phone. (Note: this crack is very insignificant and happened over 7 months ago) . This crack has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the update crash. The many people that have complained about update crashes are a testimony to that. Best Buy Samsung Representative and Service Technician refused to fix the phone unless I paid them $250 to fix the screen first. Even after that, I am not guaranteed that the phone will be fixed or that they can offer me a replacement! I called Samsung over the phone and they offered the poorest customer service I have ever experienced. No solution to offer. No choice but to pay an additional $250 to fix MY SCREEN (not the hardware problem) even though it is still under a year since I bought it. This update crash has happened to so many samsung users. I am beginning to think it is a tactic to get people to buy the newer models. They are intentionally crashing phones with their updates. They are very much aware that the update has crashed the phone yet all their policies conveniently take the responsibility of the DEFECTIVE HARDWARE off of them. HIGHLY DISAPPOINTED IN SAMSUNG.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars with 64 reviews

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The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about camera, design, performance and size. Editors have mixed opinions about reliability. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 92/100 = Excellent quality.
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