Same processor...exact same if you're in the US at least.
No it isn't water resistance and whereby that was of great importance to me, having a phone that I can actually put a screen protector on is even more important. No silly gimmicks equals better in that regard.
Yes, no super amoled. I actually used one for a half hour over the weekend after looking at one at the ATT store last week. my spare time, I am a widely published landscape photographer and I can tell you that after actually looking at this screen on the V20...for my needs it is better than the saturated Samsung screen....which I fully loved when I had it,
And...the screen is actually fully 5.7'..noticeably larger to the eye that the N7 eas because it doesn't take up space with useless rounded corners.
Yes, the battery is smaller but it's REPLACEABLE. My N7 had superb battery life. Best phone I ever had. But it also caught fire. Given that I travel a lot and will likely shoot some video with this phone as well....replaceable batteries are right up my alley. I will miss the wireless charging but someone will come out with a replacement back that allows it I would assume at some point. If not, I will just plug that USB C thing directly into the phone like I almost always did anyway.
Quite honestly, the N7 looks like the same gimmick phone (somewhat better) that the S7 Edge for a functional phone whereas the V20 looks like it's meant for business and not just out to be eye candy. If Samsung stops sucking up to these silly curves that create more fragile devices, I would consider going back. Minus the Pen, this is exactly what I wanted in the N7[url=!1473356086!1464927915908&t=f&p=139782&d=&url=!107211135!1475710266682&t=f&p=114145&d=&url=;jsessionid=1AC47FC6969D874403C3031B77FFA03A&t=f&p=554017&d=&url=;url=!&url=;$sessionid$N54OUATEBLQGPQFISY0RVQWAVCLC0IV0?mktportal=tradedoubler-PT&url=;jsessionid=A4563B2CE8F1D6C4F380B9B490A6314A-n1?siteId=42616&listingId=43259&url=;url=;url=;url=*/greybox/click.php?id=226&url=]ugg[/url][url=;/

But looks can be deceiving — the visual similarities shouldn't keep you from considering the Galaxy S7 edge. It is in every way an improvement over the Galaxy S6 edge, and in nearly every way a better choice than the Galaxy S6 edge+ that was released just six months ago.

Where to buy the Galaxy S7 edge

This is always a tricky question when it comes to a device that's available globally from a variety of retailers, but we can at least offer up some handy links of those who want to buy in the U.S. from one of the major carriers. Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint all have the Galaxy S7 edge for sale, and you can also check out major retailers like Best Buy to buy for use on any of those carriers as well.

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