Is the Radio functionality back yet on the Samsung Galaxy Note series ?
Vlad, 07 Jul 2016Agreed on your last comment. Note4 is realy good and well ballanced model. I replace my Note3 ... moreJust did a comparison of the Note 7 with my current model, the Note 4. Very disappointed with the lower megapixel on the Note 7 rear camera and not a fan of lithium polymer (Li-Po) technology. If those two specs. are true when the Note 7 is actually launched they will be the deal breaker for me and I will keep my Note 4. I was so looking forward to the new Note 7 after the disappointing Note 5 last year. The price and what the Note 7 may bring based on the GSM specs just isn't enough incentive to make the purchase. Nonetheless, the Samsung Note is without a doubt superior to the iPhone.
3600mAh battery, 820 Snapdragon....
Sealed for life.
Life being a year.
tanto, 08 Jul 2016make the BATTERY REMOVEABLE PLS... i use ur NOTE3 and then i change into NOTE4... and th... moreIts ironic how the internet says Note5 a failure meanwhile in real life it is the 'best seller' of the year.
For me, this device is still useless, until it can run the PC versions of Microsoft Office
Can't wait no more for Note 7!!!
I am still on Note 3 because when n4 came out the difference was not worth it and when n5 came out it didn't impress me that much.
Now I am worried what would happen if N7 didn't fly as anticipated.
Any suggestion for an alternative, same concept, with stylus and preferable with Samsung android OS?
Should be available with Dual SIM Model . It becomes easy when you travel between Two countries - rather then carry Two Mobile - become easy to carry just one mobile that can be used for Voice & Data both - Active for both SIM - Voice & Data . Note series is ideal for Business users . Look forward Samsung to offer Dual SIM Model of Note 7 edge .
i hope galaxy note 7 will allow screen writing even when off just like the note 5 . easily accessible sim card cache. but why is it the battery is not removable.
Julliard, 07 Jul 2016Samsung fixed the microsd card slot problem. They once did said standard microsd card is too s... moreYeah, hoping that the Note7 will sport to universally adopt either microSD or UFS cards. That'd be wonderful. I'd like me a 64GB model, and slap in at least a 128GB card.
make the BATTERY REMOVEABLE PLS...
i use ur NOTE3 and then i change into NOTE4...
and then samsung launch note5...but after i read the spec,, i think its a junk spec...
please make a better spec for note7... microSD slot YES...Removeable battery YES..
RAM 6GB yes....
dont make a failure product like Note5 please...
I don't believe it will come out with 5.7 screen .S7 edge is with 5.5 ,so nobody will see the difference.Im pretty sure it will be 6 inches
Vlad, 07 Jul 2016Agreed on your last comment. Note4 is realy good and well ballanced model. I replace my Note3 ... moreSamsung fixed the microsd card slot problem. They once did said standard microsd card is too slow compare to theirs UFS storage. The company announced today the world's first removable UFS (Universal Flash Storage) memory cards, offering storage capacity of either 32, 64, 128, or 256 gigabytes, and performance speeds that simply blow older formats out of the water.
The UFS cards have sequential read speeds of up to 530 megabytes per second Â— five times faster than the best microSD cards. That means reading a 5 gigabyte, full HD movie in roughly 10 seconds compared to a UHS-1 microSD card which manages the same feat in around 50 seconds.
And while the design of the cards looks similar from the front, the PIN configuration on the back is non-compatible. There are no product yet that support the card format. Only new smartphone from Samsung(possibly Note7) may support it. Price and availability have also yet to be announced for the range. UFS might be the clear technological successor to formats used in microSD cards.
Khud Gabbar, 03 Jul 2016Please releaset Note edge verion as well. simple notes are boaring.Err.... the Note 7 is a silly edge screened device. Tssss.
user007, 05 Jul 2016well,just nice but where is ir?
iris scanner heard nice but what we do it,its just useless ... moreAgreed on your last comment. Note4 is realy good and well ballanced model. I replace my Note3 with 4 and was very happy. I thought to get Note5, but its specs was failure and its looks teribble especialy gold model.
Samsung should return back all goodies from Note4 add better battery, S7 goddies like water/dust proofness and double SIM/SD-cart option and make better looking case (make it looks tough, not like fragule femaile poweder-box).
Then Im in. Amen.
AhmedHadi, 05 Jul 2016Finally a micro sd slot. I couldn't care less about the non-removable battery. Although I woul... moreIR blaster may not return. IR blasters are generally considered semi-permanent as they are often bolted or glued to an object. Samsung is turning to IOTs technology to replace that. You may want to use ir blaster for Television, VCRs, DVRs, stereos, computers, and home theater projectors.
However, Samsung SUHD TVs can connect with and control Samsung devices and SmartThings sensors, as well as more than 200 other SmartThings compatible devices. These include everything from connected lights and locks to thermostats and cameras, from a wide range of high quality third party manufacturers.
SmartThings allows consumers to access all of their smart devices directly from their smartphone and SUHD TV, rather than having to control individual devices with a multitude of separate apps. With the SmartThings application, people can easily connect and manage all of their smart home devices and services through a single, simple user interface. Getting ahead of the curved is more of a Samsung things to do. Bear in mind, I still do want the IR blaster.