Almost Perfect. Could've Been Better
I have used Samsung Galaxy S7 for 1 year and 10 months and is still using it for now. After the Android 7.0 update, bloatware decreased and performance has improved. All clutters were erased and the phone's performance increased to maximmum.
At some point, the phone's performance started to lower, mainly because of the updates, and the battery started draining excessively, while some apps started crashing.
Looking at the details, the phone has a good camera, suitable for photoshoots in low light. Improvements to the camera interface were made after the 7.0 update.
Performance is as usual after and before the 7.0 update, but has small lags and bugs. High graphics programmes work properly and has little to no lags. However, some other apps, such as Facebook and Snapchat has shown lags
Compared to the S5 line, the overall design has improved since S6. However, thumb touches the camera, mistaking it as the heart-rate sensor. The glass back has traces of fingerprints and the company should work on that
Overall, Samsung Galaxy S7 caters to all the needs of the user. Compared to the low-budget phones and other high-ending premium phones, the S7 gives the user plenty of benefits, and access to many functions and uses that other smartphones are not capable of.