iPhone 7 vs Samsung Galaxy S7
Apple is trying to reclaim its place as the top smartphone to get this year, aiming to nudge out the Samsung Galaxy S7 with its own seventh iteration iPhone. We have to wonder if they are going to succeed. Will there be a titanic battle between these two phones to try and claim mastery over all, or is one just better than the other; and even more importantly, are either going to have an auto glass repair function for when I inevitably drop it?
Unfortunately, the iPhone 7 can’t lay claim to that boast, being just a new phone with improvements to battery life and graphics chip. That means that when you want to play your more high-end apps, you are going to get them in glorious 4k resolution. That’s not the only great thing, what with all of the enhanced capabilities that it’s going to boast. Sadly, I have to take a lot of points off the iPhone 7 because of one fatal flaw; it doesn’t have a headphone jack. So unless they decide to hand out their new Bluetooth headphones along with the phone, they’re going to lose a lot of customers.
The Galaxy S7 doesn’t plan on going down without a fight, too, so they’re going to be quite a bit of trouble for the iPhone in that case. Hands down the most important thing you should know about them is, of course, that they have headphone jacks. With that they’ve already pulled ahead of the iPhone 7, just thanks to not making that decision. On top of that they’ve got the most responsive touch screen, nearly all of the same features as the iPhone, and a great deal of trust from customers because they’ve not made any really poor choices.
Now, unfortunately, neither of the phones can claim to have an auto glass repair function, but we can cross our fingers for next year. Until then, the debate is picking up between whether or not you want to get the iPhone 7 or the Galaxy S7, and as a result you need to keep your ears to the ground and find out everything you can before you make a decision.