Samsung always comes up with something new and amazing. After the months of speculation, the Galaxy Note 7 has arrived and it looks superb. He has not launched galaxy Note 6, to unite the numbering across the Galaxy S and Note ranges.
- Design & Size – Closing The Gap
The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy Note 7 are from the same company. They share the same glass, aluminium construction, premium finishes and design language. But there are also clear differences in their sizes:
Yes, the Galaxy Note 7 remains a much larger handset, The Note 7 loosing 2g and the S7 adds 14g as it squeezed in a bigger battery than the S6.
IP68 water resistance (surviving for up to an hour in 1.5m of water) and the return of expandable storage that was dropped on their respective 2015 models. But the Galaxy Note 7 is even more practical than the Galaxy S7 as it is the first phone to use Gorilla Glass 5 which survives drops better than the S7’s Gorilla Glass 4.
- Displays – More Than An Edge
For the first time, the Galaxy Note range has adopted the dual curved screen of the Galaxy S7 Edge as standard.
The Galaxy Note 7 also has a bigger display than the Galaxy S7:
- Galaxy Note 7 – 5.7-inch curved panel, 2560 x 1440 pixels, Super AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass 5
- Galaxy S7 – 5.1-inch flat panel, 2560 x 1440 pixels, Super AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass 4
Both the phones shares identical internals:
Galaxy S7 and Galaxy Note 7 –US Version: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
Galaxy S7 and Galaxy Note 7 –International Version: Exynos 8890
They both have quad core 1.6GHz CPU's and 4 GB RAM.
Samsung claims that its new feature of Iris Scanner is 100% more secure than any other smartphone.
- SoftwareMinor performance gripes aside, a key differentiator of the Galaxy Note 7 range has always been its software – particularly in combination with the line’s iconic S Pen stylus.
Samsung has changed the world of Android Smartphones. Increased features in technologies has adopted by the company to satisfy their customers at the utmost level.