Ditched the iris scanner and added 300maH more to the battery.
The pen working underwater could have been avoided (and the costly technology that went behind it) and instead they should have bumped up the RAM.
Used front stereo speakers.
All this and the price should have been 50$ less.
The phone would have been a bigger blockbuster.
But whatever they have done is innovative and keeps the mobile industry on its toes. So it works both ways.
AnonD-506194, 03 Aug 2016why isnt anyone talking about arguably the biggest change to the Note7, the new UX?I believe the new UI Grace is not on yet because Nougat is not released yet.
wow just Look how smudgy it can get on the back with fingerprints
AnonD-411799, 03 Aug 2016note 7 will be flop. s7 takes the cake !.Your statement doesn't make any sense sir. The s7 edge is proboly the best smartphone of all time. So therefore if the note 7 is all that is the s7 edge AND MORE, how can it be a flop? Smh
I wish I could set resolution to HD and then for camera,media,web set qhd. Wonder if they ever include that...
[deleted post]if you don't like the website show yourself the door. note 7 was announced yesterday, it is pretty normal to do stories on it, specially seeing that all samsung flagships are quiet popular
why isnt anyone talking about arguably the biggest change to the Note7, the new UX?
I love my S7 Edge -- it is basically flawless! I'm eager to get the new GearVR (as I don't have Gear VR yet).
The Note 7 looks like a worthy addition to the "7" series family of devices. The iris scanner is very neat, and the addition of a USB Type-C port is very welcome. And I love the symmetrical curve. Not only should it be comfortable to use, it is basically bezel-less on the sides.
This phone looks like a complete knock out if you are without a Samsung "7" series device.