The smartphone market is highly lucrative, highly competitive, and is constantly changing. What may have been the hottest new phone three years ago can suddenly become antiquated next to newer models. With the release of the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge, Samsung is showing that they can compete with the giants at Apple and increase profitability in the shrinking smartphone market.
Before the release of the iPhone 6, companies like Samsung had cleverly carved out a niche in the smartphone market with larger-screened devices that are somewhere between a phone and a tablet. Now consumers who were once looking for a lighter, thinner gadget are trading in their smaller models for phablets. Many users also prefer Android phones as they allow users to set their own home screen and choose the size and organization of their icons.
Unlike the notoriously water damage-prone iPhone, the Samsung Galaxy S7 is certified water-resistant. There's the option to add an additional 200GB of storage with a microSD card that loads in next to your SIM card. Beginning with 32GB of storage, you won't need any online backup services to keep all of your apps, videos, music, and photos on your phone. You'll also be able to take perfectly focused and lit pictures on the first shot with their Dual Pixel technology. The battery lasts up to 28 hours and can be charged wirelessly for total convenience 24/7.
Choose the customizable Samsung Galaxy S7 for your phone, entertainment, and connectivity needs. You could upgrade from your current phone to a Samsung S7 with participation in the National Consumer Center points program.
This offer is only valid for residents of:
- United States