The S7 Edge was launched at a price of Rs 50,900 for the 32 GB variant and Rs 56,900 for the 128 GB variant back in August 2016.
Samsung is updating its Samsung+ app on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge to version 3.0. This update will bring remote assist functionality to the app, much like the service offered by Amazon for its Kindle Fire line-up of tablets.
At an event held in New Delhi, Samsung introduced the the Galaxy S7 series in India.
As far as I’m concerned, MWC 2016 was a victory for Qualcomm and maybe Sony because the entire event boiled down to two things: The Snapdragon 820 and the Sony IMX sensor.