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Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB

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You'll get £140.00
We pay what we offer

No charger, accessories or the original box – not a problem! Just make sure your item meets the following requirements and we’ll pay what we promise:

  • In full working order, turns on and off
  • All buttons working
  • Battery included and fully charged
  • Screen not scratched or damaged
  • Minor cosmetic wear
  • Not water damaged
  • Not reported lost or stolen
  • Not locked to a Network
  • Not locked to iCloud (Apple products only)
  • Please do not send any boxes, chargers, cases or other accessories - any received will be disposed of and cannot be returned or replaced

You'll get £140.00

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What would you do with an extra £100? Go shopping, take a loved one out for dinner or maybe put it towards a weekend away somewhere nice. The fact is, no one can shake their head at a hundred pounds. You’d be mad to! Yet, leaving your old Samsung Galaxy in the cupboard is ignoring the money you could have in your pocket! Selling it with Zapper today may be the easiest money you’ll ever make. Simply go on our Website, get a quote, and send your Samsung Galaxy to the address we provide. You’ll have the money in days with no hidden costs. Who knows, you might even land yourself more than £100. Between you and me, a good quality Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB is worth £140 on Zapper! What are you waiting for?

The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S7 was released as the successor to the Galaxy S5. It was announced during Samsung’s press conference at the Mobile World Congress in February 2016. The phone saw many upgrades from the previous model, including a new stunning display. Upon first look, the S7’s display may have looked very similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S6; it still had a 5.1-inch screen, resolution of 2560x1440 and a sharp 577ppi pixel density. However, scientific analysis showed performance improvements over its predecessor. The screen itself was 24% brighter and had improved contrast ratios. This meant that colours looked more natural and the whites looked brighter. Arguably for it’s time, the Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB had the best display on the smartphone market. That’s even when compared to Apple’s iPhone 6.

The Galaxy S7 also saw a good handful of subtle design upgrades, improving aesthetics as well as its utility. The metallic rim around the home key was removed which made the button blend into the body more, giving it a sleeker look. The earpiece grille also became colour coded which added to this seamless aesthetic. As seemed to be a trend in smartphones of the time, the corners of the Galaxy S7 became more rounded and the bezel was reduced fractionally. This made the S7 sit comfortably in the user’s hand.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 came in both black, gold, white, pink, blue and silver finishes. However, some colours were exclusive to certain markets. A special Olympic edition of Galaxy S7 Edge was also given to all Olympic athletes competing in the 2016 summer Olympics. Yet the 31 mobiles given to the North Korean competitors were confiscated by their government. Maybe North Korea couldn’t resist Zappers incredible offers...