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The Samsung Galaxy S7 May be Superior, But the LG G5 is the Smartphone of Our Hearts

So far, MWC 2016 has been a tale of two smartphones. Though the conference only officially kicked off this morning, yesterday was the the most significant day of the show. Whatever happens between now and Thursday, nothing’s going to top a pair of flagship launches. Read More >>

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Hands-On: Refined as Hell

Other than Apple’s traditional September launch, Samsung’s Unpacked event at MWC is the biggest entry in the technology calendar. We seriously love routine, don’t we? As expected, the big, Samsung-branded hat has plopped out the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, the South Korean firm’s latest flagship handsets. As expected, they look a lot like their predecessors, and as usual, we’re expecting them to go down a treat with consumers. Read More >>

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You Can Pre-Order the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Right Now

Smartphone launches are well-oiled little events now, and you can already pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge from Carphone Warehouse. The devices are available for an upfront fee of £79.99 and above. If you plump for a £36 per month contract with one of the big-name networks, you’ll have to cough up £129.99 when you make your order. Read More >>

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Mark Zuckerberg Flogs Gear VR at Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge Launch

Over in Barcelona, Samsung has just revealed its latest pair of flagships: the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Unlike last time out, the South Korean firm has decided to make the handsets different sizes, with the S7 coming in at 5.1 inches, and its curvy sibling measuring 5.5 inches. Read More >>

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This is Almost Certainly a Picture of a Working Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

An alleged ‘live photo’ of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is making the rounds online, and it looks like the real thing. NWE posted the cheeky snap to Weibo this week, and the handset in the leak certainly fits the profile of the upcoming smartphone (curved edges, a screen, shininess). Read More >>