Samsung has launched the next phone in
their Galaxy Note Series, the Note . (Note that the Note 7 is
called the Note 7 and not the Note 6 because Samsung wants
to bring some order into their lineup ). As much as it hurts the
Apple fanboys , Samsung won the last round of
smartphone wars with the Galaxy S7 Edge .
The smartphone is almost identical physically speaking, but is a
step up in many ways, from the Edge. From the curved 5.7-inch QHD
(2560 x 1440) Super AMOLED screen (which, as we know, delivers the
deepest blacks on the market), to the battery bump (3500mAh), to the
advertised Iris Scanner (interesting, if executed properly), to the 4GB
of RAM, to the 64GB of internal storage (up from the 32GB in the S7,
and expandable up to 256GB via Micro SD), to quick charging and
quick wireless charging, to the Exynos processor (appaz, the
Snapdragon 820 version is for North America, China and Japan), to the
one piece of hardware that makes a Note, a Note: the SPen .
Samsung says the SPen can be used to doodle on the screen without
unlocking it, translate text, take down handwritten notes, and it doesn’t
stop working because of a trivial thing like water on the screen. Yes.
Both the Note 7 and the SPen have a resistance rating of IP68, which
is not exactly water-resistant but is more than good enough for most
They put the same ( excellent ) 12MP camera as in
the S7 series, and it will come running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The Note 7 will be available in Nigeria from September 2 in three
colors, Blue Coral, Gold Platinum and Black Onyx
. More pictures after the cut.
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