Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have been making rounds all over the world. They have been getting rave reviews for their camera, their beautiful design and the return of features like water resistance and Micro SD Card slot. India has always been Samsung’s biggest market and Samsung has today announced the launch of its two new flagships for the Indian market. But before get to its price and availability, let’s talk about the Samsung Concierge, a new customer service which is S7 based. To put it into simple words, Samsung is taking the customer service thing to the next level. You’ll get following benefits with the S7 and S7 Edge:
1. My assistant: Intuitive chat based interface. Book tickets, web check in, pick up and drop are some of the services that are offered.
2. Fast track service: You get preference at service centers over other Samsung devices if you own one of two flagships.
3. Pick up and drop Service across 19 cities which also includes replacement in case needed.
4. Live chat to handle all yours queries.
Now the answer to the biggest question, the S7 is priced at Rs. 48,900 and the S7 Edge at Rs. 56,900 which is absolutely insane considering the things that the two phones offered. On top of that, Samsung has opened pre bookings from today onwards and all those who preorder it, till 17 March, would get a free VR headset! Samsung has turned every leaf when it comes to launch of the two flagships for the Indian market. Excellent new customer service, two beautiful smartphones, competitive pricing and a free VR headset for the people who preorder it.
Galaxy S7 comes with 4GB RAM (LPDDR4) RAM; 32 and 64 GB storage space with micro-SD slot supported (up to 200 GB extra space). It also comes with a newer ‘Dual Pixel’ technology 12 megapixel rear camera with F1.7 aperture with Smart OIS feature. The front camera is 5 megapixel with f1.7 aperture. The Dual-Pixel technology allows perfect shots even in low-light conditions.While the Galaxy S7 comes with a 3,000 mAh battery, the S7 edge has a 3600 mAh battery. Both phones support fast-charging and wireless charging. We are yet to find out whether India would be getting the Exynos processor or the Snapdragon 820.
I’d say, Samsung has a winner on its hands. Oh sorry, I mean winners on its hands.