Samsung finally unveiled the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge a couple of days ago. Both devices feature a similar design compared to its respective predecessors, but the glass on the back was curved to improve on ergonomics, and of course, the Galaxy S7 Edge is now larger. Samsung improved some aspects on these new phones, and now the hardware is rated IP68 making it water and dust resistant, also, there's now a microSD card slot to expand the internal memory of both phones. The new phones include some of the most powerful components currently available such as the Snapdragon 820 processor and 4 GB of RAM, so a lot of people are surely considering buying either of these phones.
The phones will become available on March 11 in many countries, so those planning on buying them could be interested in reading the User Manual so they can start using their device as soon as they take it out of the box. The manuals for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge have been spotted and they can be downloaded in PDF format from the link at the source. The manual for the Galaxy S7 Edge is available in many languages including English, Spanish, French, German and Chinese. The manuals for the regular Galaxy S7 are available only in Spanish and Chinese, for now, although the English version is available as manuals from U.S. carriers including AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have also become available. These manuals will surely be available in many more languages, so you may check Samsung's official website in your region to download it.
The software on smartphones has been getting more intuitive over time, but Samsung customizes some aspects of the operating system, so the experience could be quite different from any other Android device. In case you own a smartphone from another maker and you want to switch to a Samsung device, you could read the manuals to know what to expect, or you could want to learn more about the new features on the new phones, such as the new camera modes, the game launcher or Edge Panels on the Galaxy S7 Edge.