Samsung Galaxy S8 has been in the rumors a lot lately – simply because its launch date is nearing. However, unlike the Galaxy S7, this year’s model will not show up at the MWC event in Barcelona.
Given that Samsung Galaxy S8 will not be here until April or even later, it means that the Galaxy S7 is still holding on as one of the best phones on the market at the moment. In fact, it is the current Samsung flagship and runs on the latest software – Android 7.0 Nougat. As noted, the S7 is the current and latest Samsung flagship, meaning you get the best hardware and performance specs and features.
These include a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED screen with QHD resolution and a massive pixel density of 577ppi. Under the hood, Samsung Galaxy S7 has the latest Snapdragon 820 SoC that is paired with a RAM of 4GB. The storage is at 32GB, but it can be expanded via a microSD card of up to 256GB. In terms of photography, the Galaxy S7 won’t disappoint you at all. In anything, it is only beaten by the 89-rated Google Pixel camera as far as industry expert DxOMark is concerned, coming in with a rating of 87.
The battery capacity is enough at 3000mAh and it supports fast charging technology, but you’ll still have to do with microUSB connectivity. As for other connectivity options, you get the latest standards available, including LTE and NFC.
Usually, a brand new Samsung Galaxy S7 sells for no less than $670, but a top-rated seller on eBay, MyWit, has listed a manufacturer refurbished version of this phone for just $349.99, meaning you get to save up to $320. According to the seller, the phone is in “excellent cosmetic condition” and in terms of functionality, it is 100% perfect. Since it is not new, this phone may have a few cosmetic wear like minor scratches and on the screen, back and sides.
If you are not happy with the condition of this refurbished Samsung Galaxy S7 handset, the seller offers a 30-day money back guarantee where you’ll be refunded in full. However, be warned that this device is locked to AT&T and as such, it cannot work with other carriers, including fellow GSM networks.
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