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Trusted Poll: 6 out of 10 prefer S7 Edge over S7 – do you agree?

6 out of 10 TrustedReviews readers prefer the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge over the Galaxy S7.

Our online poll found a clear preference for Samsung’s curvy next-gen smartphone, with 62% saying they prefer the S7 Edge.

More than 3,250 voters had their say in the poll, which you can still vote in below.


And readers have had their say in the comments section too, with most echoing the results of the poll:


While others seemed slightly underwhelmed by the S7:


In our S7 vs S7 Edge piece, we too were rather taken by the Edge’s pristine design and extra features.

The new handsets have been the talk of MWC 2016, with Samsung unveiling both using its Gear VR goggles at a launch event bolstered by the appearance of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Considering the S7 Edge adds a bigger battery and larger screen it seems obvious that it would be considered the better handset.

Watch: S7 vs S7 Edge – What’s the difference?

Then there’s the Edge functionality itself, which recently got an upgrade to coincide with the launch of Android Marshmallow on Samsung devices.

But the S7 Edge is likely going to be much more expensive than the S7. Just how much remains to be seen but the spec difference between the two handsets is greater than with the S6 and S6 Edge and there was already a £100 difference between those two handsets.

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Let us know what you think in the comments and make sure to vote in our poll if you haven’t already.

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