Verizon’s latest Samsung Galaxy S7 update adds even more bloatware

Samsung’s Galaxy S7 is an impressive device by any measure. It iterates and improves on the older Galaxy S6 while adding back some of the features the company’s former flagship had removed. The phone’s one weakness is the sheer amount of bloatware installed on certain devices — there are 13 Verizon applications on the phone by default, along with multiple email, photo, and media playback applications, two different app stores, and two voice control systems.

Verizon’s latest Samsung Galaxy S7 update adds even more bloatware

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