Did you know that you can use an SD card with your S7. If not I have posted a video to help you find it. Adding this SD card can greatly help you resolve any issues you may come into with space on your S7. Another good tip is to make your downloads and pictures path go directly to the SD card so you can transfer from phone to phone. I still have pictures from 3 phones ago on my SD card.
(Picture taken from slashgear.com)
Did you know that the Samsung Galaxy S7 is IP68 rated. This means the phone is practically impervious to dust and can be in water up to 3 feet. You can't use the he screen while the phone is submerged in water. However, if you access the camera before submerging you can use the volume keys to take pictures. If you try this out be careful and don't keep your phone submerged for to long just in case. But have fun with it.
(Picture taken from Droid-life.com)
Finally, on to my favorite feature the Always on feature. This allows you to quick check the time, missed calls, or missed texts on your phone without turning it on. Samsung says this feature uses less than 1 percent of the battery per hour. You can find the option to maximize and configure it how you like it in the settings menu. You have the choice of several clock styles as well as different designs of images. But unfortunately you will be unable to use your own images.
I hoped at least one of these helped you.
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