As with its smaller brothers, Samsung have released two versions of the Galaxy J7 thus far. Confusingly, they’re almost identical and are only differentiated by their year of release: 2015 and 2016. In this article, we’ll show you how to find out which Galaxy J7 you have with some handy identification tips.
The Galaxy J1 is a pretty nifty budget phone from Samsung, but confusingly it’s available in two identically named editions, one released in 2015 and the other in 2016. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Samsung’s next flagship phone is still a few months away, but the Korean company has released another morsel to keep us interested. The Galaxy S7 Active is a ruggedised version of the Galaxy S7, complete with an armoured exoskeleton and a massive battery. It’s coming soon, so let’s take a look.
Everybody’s got their own payment system these days. Google have Android Pay, Apple have Apple Pay, and of course Samsung have Samsung Pay. Both Google and Apple’s offerings are now available in the UK (hurrah!), but Samsung’s service is still AWOL (boo). That may soon be changing soon however, as Samsung Pay officially launched in Spain today.
The Galaxy S7 Edge+. The Galaxy Note 6. These phones… are no more. For Samsung has decided to combine the two models, and align its new release to have the same number as the Galaxy S7. That means the next flagship phone from Samsung will be the Galaxy Note 7.