The Galaxy has never been just a smartphone. The Olympic Games has never been only about sports. In the same way, progress has never been reasonable. It’s been defined by saying “no.” By the stubborn ones. By people like you who
The Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games Edition is an homage to those who make unreasonable progress. From the special black metal frame to the colors of the most frequently used apps, it wears the colors of the Olympic rings inside and out.
The five interlocking rings in blue, yellow, black, green and red on a white background stand for unity and harmony — the union of the five inhabited continents and the meeting of athletes at the Olympic Games. They're values embodied by the Galaxy S7 edge Olympic Games Edition.
Designed for the Olympians at heart, this theme brings the spirit of the Olympic Games to every element of the interface. Be inspired to be Faster, Higher, Stronger every time you use your phone.
With #DoWhatYouCant as their mantra, these nine athletes are creating their own inspiring stories.
Margret Rumat Rumar Hassan grew up in a country that battled for its independence. Running when she had no country to run for; Her training ground was a warzone. Now an officially recognized nation, South Sudan's Margret will proudly become the first Olympian in the nation's history.
A tropical cyclone devastated their homes but it couldn’t destroy Linline Matauatu & Miller Pata’s dream of competing in beach volleyball at Rio 2016. Representing the South Pacific island of Vanuata, their village and their families, they're not letting their birth of place define their place in the world. They're showing their children what's possible.
The Dominican Republic's Yenebier Guillen is a champion boxer. And she's proving herself in the largely male dominated sport of boxing. Already the hero of her nation and with her countrymen all cheering her on, she'll never give up the fight.
From the little known country of Lesotho, Tsepo Mathibelle came in last, but he refused to give up and trained harder than ever before. Battling against all odds, Tsepo is a self-made athlete ready for the ultimate comeback.
Shelley Watts is an Australian boxer with a thirst for gold. And she didn't think her sporting career was over when she suffered a devastating injury. Instead, she built a championship-winning boxing career.
Frenchman Arnaud Assoumani is making the great leap from Paralympian to Olympian. Born without a left forearm, Arnaud turned the disability into a superpower. And became a national and world record holder. He's redefining the notion of what it means to be an Olympian.
American running champion Alysia Montano is a powerhouse athlete—and a mother. She set an example to women everywhere when she competed in the US Track & Field championships while seven months pregnant. She’s back to winning races again with the message that dreams don't have to be put on hold.
Tom Daley is a world championship-winning British diver. He is also an athlete who isn't afraid to push through self doubt and uncertainty. Because in the end, those were the only things that were stopping him from winning.
Gabriel Medina is a young pro surfer who disagrees that surfers can't make waves. As Brazil's first world surfing champion, he's giving his passion a place on the world stage.
Rio 2016 is where it's at. Come to a Galaxy Studio at a location near you to experience what the Galaxy S7 and Gear VR are capable of, and pick up free souvenirs in the form of special edition pins. With venues all over Brazil there's sure to be a convenient location nearby. *Only main venues are listed. Locations and times may be subject to change.
Try out the Galaxy S7’s features for yourself. And see what new worlds open up when you combine the Galaxy S7 with a range of the latest Galaxy products. You’ll go from a virtual reality ride that gets your pulse racing to music that’s never sounded so good
Olympic Games Pins by Samsung can be picked up at Galaxy Studios and Brand Shops. Collect all 30 of them and you for a chance to win a variety of prizes. Designed for Rio 2016, the 22 general pins each illustrate an Olympic sport while the 8 special pins represent iconic symbols of Brazil.
Use the official Rio 2016 Olympic Games Application powered by Samsung to find all the information you need; Keep up to date with Olympic news, events schedule, info about and directions to venues, medal count, your favorite athlete and team profiles as well as VOD. Go to Samsung Zone via Links in the Menu to get more details about Samsung's activities as Worldwide Olympic Partner. *Images below do not reflect actual events and are only for illustration purposes.
S7 edge 150.9 x 72.6 x 7.7 mm (157 g)
Rear: Dual Pixel 12MP OIS (F1.7)
Front: 5MP (F1.7)
S7 edge 5.5" Dual edge Quad HD Super AMOLED
Octa-core (2.3GHz Quad + 1.6GHz Quad)
Quad-core (2.15GHz + 1.6GHz Dual)
*May differ by country and carrier.
LTE Cat.9, 3CA
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4GB RAM (LPDDR4)
32/64GB + microSD slot
(up to 256GB)
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S7 edge 3600mAh
Wireless Charging / Fast Charging
*Available in select countries and accepted payment solutions may vary by country.
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4/5GHz), MIMO, Bluetooth® v 4.2 LE, ANT+, USB 2.0, NFC, Location (GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou)
*BeiDou coverage may be limited.
Accelerometer, Barometer, Fingerprint, Gyro, Geo-magnetic, Hall, HRM, Proximity, RGB Light
Format: MP3, M4A, 3GA, AAC, OGG, OGA, WAV, WMA, AMR, AWB, FLAC, MID, MIDI, XMF, MXMF, IMY, RTTTL, RTX, OTA
Format: MP4, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, WMV, ASF, AVI, FLV, MKV, WEBM