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Bewerking door Jeff Suovanen

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-[* black] Although we see a glass and aluminum body similar to the predecessor, the Galaxy S6, the body of the all-new S7 fits nicely in the palm of a hand with a back panel that slopes inward towards the frame.
+[* black] Compared with its predecessor, the Galaxy S6, the all-new S7 is... uhhhh...
[* black] Sorry—which one's the S7 again? We have to flip them over to double-check.
-[* icon_note] The S7 shaves off roughly a millimeter each in length and width, while packing on nearly a full millimeter in thickness. That said, at 7.9 mm, it's plenty thin and even sports a reduced camera bump.
-[* black] After [guide|39174|tearing down the S6], we weren't exactly wowed by its glass-on-glue construction; it garnered a 4 out of 10 and a big "meh" in the repairability department. Here's hoping the S7 will fare better...
-[* black] ...though if this exterior is any guide, that may be a slender hope.
+[* black] That's better. Unlike its predecessor, the S7's back panel curves gently on the sides, making it a more grabbable handset.
+[* icon_note] The S7 also shaves off roughly a millimeter from the S6's length and width, while packing on nearly a full extra mm in thickness. That said, at 7.9 mm, it's plenty thin—and even sports a reduced camera bump.
+[* black] After [guide|39174|tearing down the S6], we weren't exactly wowed by its glass-on-glue construction; it garnered a 4 out of 10 and a big "meh" in the repairability department. Here's hoping that, appearances notwithstanding, the S7 will fare better...