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Identify a Genuine/Original Versus a Fake/Cloned Samsung Galaxy Phone

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I have Samsung S7 Edge or A7 made in Vietnam. I want to know if this mobile is fake or original.

I want to know if my mobile is fake or original. The A7 functions not so well, and also its internal memory is so low!

It is common for Android smartphones to have their memory full eventually. On advice how to clean your device, please refer to our tutorial at this location.

Now, besides the steps in the article, please do the following for your Samsung smartphones:

  • install and run System Info Droid onto your smartphone. Compare the results with the technical specifications on Samsung S7 Edge, Samsung A7, or Samsung A7 (2016), depending upon your smartphone;
  • measure the dimensions of and weigh your smartphone and compare the results to the official ones available in the previous bullet point;
  • enter the IMEI code at Samsung Extended Warranty Web page or click "Live chat" to talk with a Samsung representative and pass him your smartphone IMEI to look into your smartphone being real, refurbished, or fake;
  • install Smart Switch or Kies 3.0 onto your computer and connect your smartphone to the computer by using the original USB cable that came with the smartphone. If the smartphone is recognized by either program, then it is not fake.

More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: Sir, I bought a used Samsung S4 from a mobile market, it is i9505. I doubt that my mobile is refurbished, how can I check that it is genuine or refurbish

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Identify a Genuine/Original Versus a Fake/Cloned Samsung Galaxy Phone

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