T-Mobile product expert Des takes a dip while showing you exactly what to expect out of the Samsung Galaxy S7 in the unboxing video below. That's one way to show off water resistance, right?
Throughout the video, Des takes a call from his friend Darrel, snaps pictures, and streams TV, all the while indecipherably talking up the features (how about that 200GB microSD expandable storage?). A couple of things not mentioned in the video: The S7 includes caller ID (the traditional kind) and fraud and scam call flagging by default, as well as a very respectable 3000mAh battery.
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