The QHD Super AMOLED panel on the Galaxy S7 edge is vibrant, stunning and exceptionally crisp. Of course, there is always a hint of saturation compared to IPS panels due to its inherent properties, which means not everyone will like the punchiness.
On the other hand, the curved display is a sight to behold. You’ve obviously seen it on videos: scrolling on the app drawer and seeing the app icons melt into the curved sides. Seeing it in person is even more impressive.
Display technology has always been a strong point for Samsung, and really, you simply can’t find any fault with Samsung’s displays.
Samsung retains a similar one-speaker setup on the S7 edge as it did previously on the Galaxy Note5, S6 edge+ and the first two Galaxy S6 smartphones. They’re decently loud, and will easily fill up the space of a car or a small room when on maximum volume.
Speaking of which, the highest volume isn’t actually very loud, though in Samsung’s defense it may be a deliberate move to ensure there is no unpleasant cracking audio output seen on many smartphones at the highest volume output.