The sound is quite weak and it doesn’t get any louder. In terms of display size, the Galaxy S7 Edge’s 5.5inches display is much closer to the 5.7inches display on the Note 5. Samsung has done a great job about keeping the top and bottom parts of the display in the S7 Edge rather thin. Therefore, it looks much sleeker than the Note 5.
The Note 5 is 3mm taller and 5mm wider. Therefore, it is definitely more difficult to handle the Note 5. The S7 Edge is thicker than Note 5 but it works in its favor due to the fact that the camera protrusion on the back is not really pronounced anymore. Both Galaxy S7 Edge and Note 5 sport a premium metal and glass unibody construction, with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 panels found on the front and back of both.
Compared to 518ppi on the Note 5, the Galaxy S7 Edge has a 534 ppi display. The Galaxy S7 also feels much more compact that the LG V10. Galaxy S7 comes with water protection while the V10 lacks this feature. In terms of display, the V10 has a slightly larger 5.7inch display and on top of that, it has a secondary screen located on the top which is always-on.
Stay tuned for more updates on Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge!