With the Nougat beta for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge wrapped up, Samsung is prepping it for other devices. The company is seemingly testing it on the Galaxy S7 Active as the device appeared on GFXBench with the goods. The first Nougat updates for Galaxy S7 phones are scheduled to arrive January 2017.
Today I went to delete almost 3000 texts between me and my wife. The phone froze for about 45sec and as it was deleting all of those texts my wife texted me a new text. The new text was deleted with the rest but it still shows on my drop down and the messages app shows that I have one unread...
SamMobile has gotten their hands on AT&T exclusive handset, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active. The phone features several improvements over last year's S6 Active, including a microSD slot.
The reviewer notes that despite the lack of Gear VR support and the AT&T exclusivity, the S7 Active is an...
Hi I'm new to the Android world. GOt my new phone last week. I have the thumb print active. but How do I lock my phone? Ive gone thru everything and cant seem to get the phone to LOCK after I hit the button on the right. I still don't have the name down proper.
Ive gone thru all set setup...
LinusTechTips has posted his full review of the Galaxy S7 Active and gives it high marks in terms of software and camera. The Galaxy S7 Active is a bit chunky and unsightly and won't turn heads like its counterparts.
Samsung has informed Consumer Reports that it discovered an issue on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active's production line which caused the phone to fail a water resistance test. The issue has been fixed and all new devices which roll off the production line should be able to withstand being submerged...
Engadget has published its mini review of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active and gives it good remarks for the metal frame and shatter resistance. Even though the device's display cracked during the review, the display didn't shatter, making the device still usable.
The review also states that the...
Well, I see the Active forum has no visitors. I guess everyone is getting support from the s7/s7 edge forums, being that that have the same hardware.
I'm just curious if anyone has had any problems from their active. So far, all is well with mine.
Was just hoping to have some Active chat.
Consumer Reports did a water immersion test on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active. In both tests, in which the devices were in pressurized water (equivalent to 4.9 feet) for 30 minutes, the devices failed.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Active has IP68 certification, which means it's rated to survive in up to...
GSM Arena just published their review of the Galaxy S7 Active and they felt the added grip and durability can really give you that extra peace of mind.
While it is an AT&T exclusive, it can still be used on other carriers' GSM networks. So as long as you don't care about LTE, then the...
Joe of Phandroid just published his review of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active and besides the AT&T exclusivity, speaker quality and the price, he thinks it is a great device.
- Durable design & build quality
- Shatter resistant display
- Excellent battery life
- Still a Galaxy S7...
PocketNow's video review of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active has been published. The review says the device's tough chassis is great, however it's the phone's ability to retain performance and battery life while being durable that really makes it a compelling product.
Michael from Android Police has published his review of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active. The S7 Active is a Galaxy S7 with a permanent "tough" case around it an an extra 1000mAh of juice. If that sounds like a good thing, and good enough that the $100 premium AT&T asks is reasonable, then the phone...
Joe of Phandroid has put together a video that compares both the Galaxy S7 Active and the Galaxy 7 Edge.
If you have been tempted to pick up either of these devices lately then this video can help you figure out which is a better fit for you.
With the Galaxy S7 Active available to the public now, it's starting to get into the hands of customers all over the country.
Joe of Phandroid has put together a list of 14 tips that every Galaxy S7 Active owner should know about.
Lanh of Android Authority just published his review of the Galaxy S7 Active and he says the rugged build and extra battery more than compensate for dropping the premium look of the regular S7.
- Rugged design that's built to last
- Military standard protection
- Great shatter resistant...
Need a phone that can withstand water, dust and 50 drops? The Samsung Galaxy S7 Active may be the phone for you. In a new video, the Galaxy S7 Active managed to survive 50 drop tests with little more than a few surface scratches.
If you're looking for a rugged phone and have $794.99 lying around, you can now but the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active from AT&T. Those with a little less cash have the option of paying $26.50 per month for 30 months for the ruggedized Galaxy S7.
Michael of Android Police has been able to gets his hands on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active and he was surprised at how polished Samsung made the rugged device.
He enjoys the extra drop protection without having to use a case, is a fan of the bigger battery so that it lasts longer, but says that...
A new comparison of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Active has been posted by Android Authority. The comparison notes that while the Galaxy S7 Active is a great phone, the $100 price difference can only be justified for those who really need a premium ruged phone.
A lot of people are publishing their Galaxy S7 Active reviews today, and MKBHD just uploaded his hands-on video of the device.
He talks a lot about how the S7 Active compares to the original S7, and then focuses on how rugged it is thanks to the rubberized edges.