With the Application manager on the Galaxy S7, you decide what permissions your apps get, what notifications you receive, and more.
NFC stands for near field communication and it’s a way of transferring data via electromagnetic induction.
Now that you pretty much have no choice but to pick up a smartphone, wouldn't it be nice if things were just… easy?
The Galaxy S7 has some extensive accessibility features, so that everyone can the most out of their smartphone.
Since we’re all pretty much tethered to a smartphone 24 hours a day, Samsung has designed some emergency functions, you know, just in case.
Chrome opens, but you want the Samsung Internet app. Why? Clear your defaults and use the app you want.
You want to keep your information safe and may even want to keep it a secret. That’s where Samsung’s Private mode comes in.
If you've got a specific texting limit per month or you're going to be traveling a whole bunch, then there's really no need to pay a premium for every single message you send.
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