There r 2 phones which make a world wide footprint. IPhones and Note. When there is iPhone release its iPhone all over the place and same goes for Note family. It's Note everywhere.
Iphone 6s plus with it's 2700 battery lasts as long as the s7 edge's 3600 battery. So battery capacity is just a number. I am pretty sure that Note 7 is very well optimized and will last longer than the S7 edge!
name401, 04 Aug 2016Note 7 is better than Note 4 because battery don't come out. Note 7 battery only last 1 hour. ... moreYou clearly had never used the note 5 before....it was the best phone I ever compare to any other android smartphone(not the ios obviously) , Samsung had upgraded their productive way faster than any other smartphone companies...my opinion was try to use the note 7 and you'll like it :)
This device is huuuge upgrade from Note 4!!!!! Better screen, glass and metal body, much better processor, more RAM, more storage, better battery, iris scanner, improved s pen, waterproof, faster storage, VR head set, gorilla glass 5, edge screen, metal and glass body, vulcan API, game launcher, the new android, much better screen to body ratio? Did i miss something?
Anonymous, 04 Aug 2016U clearly have never used the note-5No for me note 3 is the best...
Nicko, 04 Aug 2016Don't ever get involved in this game why not 6 gb ram but only 4, why not 4.000 battery but on... more4K display is a battey & resource hog. Bigger battery capacity means bulky and heavier phone.
At 1440p, this phone's screen has >500 ppi, which is more than enough to make sharp images even at close distance
PRETTY IS ME, 04 Aug 2016im just curious to know what is a (iris scanner) can someone please inform me im a little confusedAn iris scanner is an advanced security method that scans your iris (eye) to unlock your phone and certain folders you've designated to be locked. It works with contacts and glasses as long as they aren't tinted or colored. It works within seconds.
im just curious to know what is a (iris scanner) can someone please inform me im a little confused
Kinda disappointing that note 7 gets 6 months old tech, specs almost same in every aspect as s7. In my poor opinion note 7 was meant to be a productivity tool, not a fashion statement. Every other note used to have the best specs on the market however, that is no longer the case. There are phones out there with 6gb ram and better processor options. Removable battery was a big turn off for me as i dont wanna be carrying a power bank and i tend to keep my phones for long(still using good old trusted note 4). As far as iris scanner is concerned i find that it might take more time than the traditional ways of unlocking so not for me. Only feature i find useful is water resistance as it might save the phone from accidentally ending up in a paddle of water.
Sorry Samsung seems I'll be looking for a new phone when the time comes elsewhere.
Anyone can share whether the Note7 will support upgrade to UFS 1.0 extension standard microSD cards?
When s7 arrived in first days people and sites tought s7 is the best phone ever but that just a hype for those days in this days people think note7 is the best phone ever made but after several weeks nobody say this. i'm even not sure that peoples on this page are real people and not employed from samsung for improve hype!!
oooo really disappointed from samsung, all the new models are the same design and the same parameters i thing that the Asus Zenfone 3 Deluxe is match better than this phone and the price is very competitive. i want that the people compare this too phones and see the differences, the price first off all.
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