Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are on every smartphone user’s lips. The two are among the best devices that Samsung has ever made in quite some time when it comes to the smartphone industry.
Even though the design language is not much changed from last year’s Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, the South Korean company showed that the two were only but a start to a revolutionary change. The combination of glass and metal on the latest Samsung Galaxy S7 is nothing the S6 can match. It gets even better when it comes to the S7 Edge, a phone many analysts have already tipped the top the charts in 2016 as the best smartphone.
Going deeper into the Galaxy S7, you will learn that Samsung made huge changes under the hood. This year’s flagships come with powerful specs for exceptional performances. But it is only about two months since Samsung Galaxy S7 was released and as such, getting hold of this new device might be a little costly. If you are a power user, there is good news as a new Samsung Galaxy S7 Duos is now available for a price of just $529.99 as opposed to the normal pricing of this model, which stands at about $640.
What you get with Samsung Galaxy S7 Duos
If you are an avid user of Samsung Galaxy devices, you have probably come across a Galaxy Duos variant of the flagship models. It happened with last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 where the Duos variant basically packs the same hardware specs as the flagship model but adds support for a second SIM card for those with more than one.
As for this year’s Samsung Galaxy S7 Duos, there is really nothing much that has changed when compared to the flagship Galaxy S7. The same display size and technology appears on the Galaxy S7 Duos and so does the hardware specs under the hood. This means that you will still enjoy a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED screen with QHD resolution, a RAM of 4GB, 32GB of expandable onboard storage as well as the same 12MP and 5MP snappers on the rear and front, respectively. The battery unit stands at 3000mAh and it is not removable, however, the vendor’s description of the product shows that it is only the variant powered by the octa-core Exynos 8890 SoC that is available for purchase.
Apparently, black and silver variants are out of stock, meaning that you can only get the gold edition of this dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy S7 Duos. Remember, the black and silver variants ran out of stock and so can the gold edition, so hurry while the deal still lasts.