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Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB Black $588 (Was $799) @ JB Hi-Fi

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Overview

Stunning photos, in a flash
Capture the moments that really matter in incredible clarity. With precision optics, the Samsung Galaxy S7 delivers amazingly true-to-life picture resolution, and impressive lowlight performance thanks to the f1.7 aperture. And they do it mindblowingly fast. A Dual Photodiode sensor can reduce autofocus time to a staggering 0.2 seconds*, while faster shutter speeds.
*Time may vary due to conditions.

Power to seize the day - and night
The battery that powers the Samsung Galaxy S7 (3000mAh) is incredibly powerful, so you can do more throughout the day - and night. Then there’s the fast charging. Either connect wirelessly with our fast wireless charging pad* and charge up faster than most phones can with a cable - or connect it to a power outlet to get more energy even faster when you need it most.
*Wireless charging pad sold separately.

Water and dust resistant – do more , worry less
The Samsung Galaxy S7 is built to do more, in more places. With an IP68 rating*, they’re water resistant to a depth of 1.5m for up to 30 minutes, and are protected from dust, dirt and sand - all without the need for extra caps or covers. Now there’s less to worry about.
*Samsung Galaxy S7 provides ingress protection against water and dust and to a maximum of 1.5 metres for up to 30 minutes, allowing it to be certified to an IP68 rating. See the Samsung Australia website to read more about IP68. Refer to Galaxy S7 user manual for more information regarding proper care and use of the device (including maintaining the water and dust resistant performance).

Key Features

5.1” Quad HD Super AMOLED display with 2560 by 1440 resolution

12MP Dual Pixel fast auto-focus camera

Water and dust resistant (IP68)

32Gb Memory

microSD support

64-bit Octa-Core processor with integrated GPU

Fast wireless charging (Wireless charger sold separately)

Ultra-fast charging

LTE Cat.9 (450mps) with VoLTE support

Samsung Pay ready

This is part of Boxing Day Sales for 2017

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closed Comments

  • +1

    S7 or keep waiting for pixel price to drop?

    • I hate the USB port on my S7 (vs the cover flap on S5 which seems now in retrospect to be good design). A usb C connector would be a big improvment…

    • +3

      For $10 extra you can grab Nokia 8 from Harvey Norman, which beats the S7 in several areas

      CPU is one generation better
      USB type C
      dual cameras
      moar RAM same amount of RAM
      moar internal storage

      downside is you lose water resistance, the heartbeat sensor and the "Touchwiz" enhancements. Although some people will have mixed reactions about Touchwiz.

      • +1

        wow! At the rate the Nokia 8's price is dropping, I might be able to get it for <$500 when my nexus 5x finally bootloops *fingers crossed

      • How's the interface compared to pure Google phone like pixel?

        • +1

          i think it's stock android, except there is additional "support" and "feedback" app. But i don't think there is any other bloatware

      • i think both have 4gb RAM

      • These comments have got me really tossing up between the S7 ($578), S8 ($695) or Nokia 8 ($597).

        From how you've described it, it seems like the Nokia 8 is the best value, though I have to say I don't see it on many of the 'top smartphone' lists. Thoughts?

  • +2

    I would rather pay $107 more for grey stock S8. It is also 64gb

  • +3

    Cheaper on Harvey Norman $578.
    I saw in store today.
    https://www.harveynorman.com.au/samsung-galaxy-s7-32gb-black...

  • +1

    Don't forget the camera in this, is the same hardware as the Razer phone - albeit with the crapton of software optimizations Samsung do to it - it's still toop tier and few beat it.

  • Not expired and available for cheaper price of $548 at Officeworks and The Good Guys.

  • How does the Samsung S7 compare with the Oppo A73 please? I know the Oppo is cheaper but seems to have a bit going for it? Correct me if i'm wrong. Thanks

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