Novianov, 03 Aug 2016guys i want to buy one smartphone , i have 2 options in my mind note 7 and samsung galaxy s7 e... moreI'm waiting for it. I'm still using Note 3, I'm also using note 5, I'm go for noye 7, I love samsung note series
Spoiler alert you may be in love with NOTE 7 but this is what critics say and what I believe :P do check it out Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Just A Gimmick
No battery swap will keep me using Note4. As a business traveler I appreciate the fast charge but at times I need to swap out for a fully charged battery. No note 7 for this guy!
This phone is not much different from the Galaxy s7 edge
I prefer to wait for the LG V20
Seems like a decent launch by Samsung
Even though many complained about not having removable battery, 4GB RAM instead of 6GB etc.
If you do release, smartphones, especially flagships from all brands won't differ much from specs. ASUS is kind of different, as their previous smartphones line up are not targeting the tech savvy and specs hungry consumers.
With the ZP3 Deluxe, it's an exception.
It offers another alternative for the consumers where they themselves will evaluate the smartphone based on its offerings and value, which differs from each and every single one.
From what I see, the Note7 will still sell for sure, no doubt.
But it depends on the 'innovators' who bought the product. If they find that the Note7 lives up to its expectations and great for value and they are usually the ones that buy based on the product new features or new innovative features etc.
The next batch of consumer comes in, the early adopters. They buy based on what the Innovators have to say about the Note7, with some doubts and uncertainty in mind.
Follow by that will be early majority and, where you'll tend to see more people on the street holding on to a Note7 typically after 3-4 months after launch.
The late majority will be those that read online, word of mouth from other users of Note7, waiting for mobile contract to end and renewing it with Note7.
It's just a matter of time, Note7 will still sell for sure. Stop whining about it being a Note 5 plus S7 edge.
Samrtphones technology won't leap by a significant difference from one line up to another.
And long were gone the days where you have a removable battery, just face the reality.
and bare in mind that the current flagship with removable battery is LG G5.
And to be honest in my country, Singapore, majority are Samsung and iPhone users. The market for other brands flagships are rather small.
So it all boils down to whether the smartpone can deliver what it has to offer, the value as well as satisfying the need of the consumer
This is the Ultimate phone. From Iris Scanner to SpO2. It has every sensors. It has a super camera a super S pen a dual curved screen. If anything is missing that is the 3D touch display. But that doesn't change anything at all. This is going to be the best mobile for at least 1 year. Samsung have produced A great device.
what if you have to heavily rely on your phone on the road for work and you're out of battery? bring back the exchangeable battery, dang it!!!
Ng, 03 Aug 2016Any reason that model name is 'Note7' not 'Note 7' ? As i remember on previous have space b... moreNote5 doesn't have space etiher, the ones before do have a space, weird in my opinion XD
Any reason that model name is
'Note 7' ?
As i remember on previous have space between.
Will samsung reduce the price of older models like note edge,note 5 etc.. after the launching of note 7
i have the one plus one, right now, and this the phone i am going to go for when it comes it out. not only it's the best Samsung phone the markert. the water proff makes it all better. for me
It's a shame that Samsung is now caving in to non-removable batteries. That's a big problem which will definitely make me consider another phone.
ossqss, 03 Aug 2016No removable battery again, no IR blaster again. I will just stick to the Note 4 and change ba... moreThe note 7 has a bigger battery, fast charging, and specialized ui to make the battery last well over a day. Stop living in the past, it's never coming back.
Novianov, 03 Aug 2016thnx a lot!!! your the best, i choose s7 edge becouse im not using s-pen, my handwriting suck Lol LOL no worries the s-pen isn't meant for everyone (me neither XD)
hope u enjoy the phone
Estimu, 03 Aug 2016both are really good so any choice u'll probably like, the main thing that u have to asset is ... morethnx a lot!!! your the best, i choose s7 edge becouse im not using s-pen, my handwriting suck Lol
No removable battery again, no IR blaster again. I will just stick to the Note 4 and change batteries again. Disappointing to say the least. Are they ever going to do another Note Tablet?
[deleted post]What to do with 6GB ram isn't as important as it is futureproof and you won't need to upgrade very soon.
Novianov, 03 Aug 2016guys i want to buy one smartphone , i have 2 options in my mind note 7 and samsung galaxy s7 e... moreboth are really good so any choice u'll probably like, the main thing that u have to asset is the s-pen feature (wether u must have it or not) and the price (specially now that the s7 series has a $200 cut off if it's available in ur country)
Nazeer, 03 Aug 2016I m curious why Note 7 is being announced instead of Note 6?any reason for skiping the 6 digit?"The Note 6 moniker was skipped over so Samsung could bring its S and Note ranges onto the same numbering system, rather than making its yearly heavyweight phablet look last-generation before it's even announced"