Gorgeous screen, light-guzzling camera, beefy insides - it's got the lot. But it could be even better.
We've rounded up ten apps which will boost your already fantastic smartphone from great to awesome. Enjoy:
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (£free)
The Galaxy S7's camera is already rather special, but if you want to take those good shots and make them great, Adobe's Lightroom app is the way to go. It lets you tweak and tinker with everything from white balance to temperature, to tone curves, effects, filters and much more. It'll support the S7's RAW shots too, for even greater control over the final outcome.
Nova Launcher Prime (£3.99)
Samsung’s Android tweaks have thankfully become less and less of an eyesore over the years, and the Galaxy S7’s home screen looks perfectly presentable in its default state. But why settle for average? Nova Launcher is one of the best third-party launchers on the market, and it supports thousands of custom icon packs to let you make your Galaxy S7 stand out. Custom gesture support is the icing on an already tasty cake.
Paying for wallpapers seems rather odd, considering the vast number of free ones floating around on the interwebs, but these low-poly ones are truly stunning, and paying a pound to support the artist seems like a fair price to us. From animals to movie characters and trippy abstract designs, there should be something here to make anyone’s smartphone turn heads.
Sticking with the wallpaper theme, we have Muzei - an app which automatically changes your wallpaper and supports different feeds from various different sources, including reddit. We’re rather big fans of the r/earthporn subreddit ourselves. And before you judge us, we’re talking about mountains, valleys, waterfalls and other natural wonders of that nature. You perv.
Sync for reddit Pro (£3.80)
If you're not already on reddit then run away now. Run away, and never look back, because the second you see your first cat GIF, you're going to be hooked for life. The self-proclaimed ‘front page of the internet’ has more than cute furballs though. There are subreddits (forums) for every topic imaginable, and the Sync app is the slickest, best-looking reddit app we’ve used. It’s even got an all-black theme to take advantage of the Galaxy S7’s Super AMOLED display.