S7 Active, the S7 designed for the outdoors

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  1. pc747

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    As we continue our march toward the holiday season, we will continue to bring you reviews to help you decide which device may be right for you. Here I took a look at the Galaxy S7 Active which is arguably the best in the Active line of devices as well as being the most overlooked galaxy device.
     
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    I just hate these exclusives to one carrier ...phone has all the specs and some definitely a good buy for the outdoor warrior


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    I wanted the S6 active until I saw it locked to ATT.
     
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    Yeah it's a shame this device was never made available outside of ATT. Now I'm sure T-Mobile users can use it but not Sprint or Verizon customers.

    Overall it was a good phone. Outside of ATT's lack of updates, I had no major gripes. Yeah I would love to be able to dump all that bloat but I could get around that.

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