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IN Science & Technology ON 17 Aug, 2016
Technology has enabled artists with the best of the tools to create better art. Are you an artist or a painter or a die-hard Android fan then definitely Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will blow your mind. Some phones are too big that even Galaxy seems to be minuscule in front of them. Galaxy Note 7 is one among them.
Samsung continues to lead the way in turning our phones into pocket computers with serious multitasking power. There is no greater evidence of the future of computing than the big-screened Android phones. You can't carry your personal computer, laptop, tablet and other countless devices everywhere you travel but you can take this large screened smartphone anywhere in the world and can feel the same experience. I know your zest level starts playing with your emotions, and suddenly you scream loud Wow! Shhhh! Sometimes too much excitement can make you pee in your pants. Hahahahaha!
The screen size has been maintained since the previous generation. But the Note is, once again, all about going big. Bigger is better research shows that owners of phablets use their devices a lot more than others. Everyone wants big in this world, and I'm exactly talking about smartphones, dirty minds just stay away.
Samsung swings for the fences with the Galaxy Note 7. The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is now available. Have a look!
5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 display
64GB storage (expandable via microSD), 4GB RAM
2.15GHz, 1.6GHz, Quad-Core processor
Expensive but having a net worth look.
The first thing to say about the Note 7 is that; it doesn't feel like a big screen smartphone. It measures 153.5x73.9x7.9mm and weighs just 169g. That makes it smaller overall than the iPhone 6S Plus. This phone is having a 5.7-inch display, which makes it the most beautiful phone of 2016. Samsung is also releasing the phone in three colors: Black Onyx, Blue Coral, and Silver Titanium.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is having 3,840 x 1,920 resolution Quad HD Super AMOLED display packs with a super 518 pixels per inch which make Samsung displays looks absolute pin-sharp and sleek.
One of the key selling points of the Note 7 is the introduction of an iris scanner, which Samsung says is more secure than a fingerprint lock. There's also a secure folder which can be unlocked with your iris, just hold the phone nearby your eyes and automatically scanning will start.
Practically, though, the scanner is not perfect. But it worked around 90 percent of the time. First time Samsung is coming with this technology, so the technology is likely to improve in the future.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has an IP68 rating, which means that it is dustproof as well as waterproof up to 1.5m in fresh water for up to 30 minutes.
The tip has been narrowed from 1.6 to 0.7mm, so it's more like writing with a pen. You can use a stylus even to mix colors on a screen so that you can more easily paint or sketch with it.
The Galaxy Note7 camera is fast and capable. Its 12MP Dual Pixel Sensor coordinates with a brighter F1.7 lens and larger 1.4µm pixels to take photos whenever you like to click it. Selfie love knows no age bar, only smiles needed. Smile and say cheese!
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has a massive 3,500mAh battery. It has a bigger screen. Therefore, we're expecting that the new phone will last around S7's 17h 48m and the S7 Edge's 18h 42m in the video playback test. Fast charging can be done through the USB-C port which will charge half of the battery in just 10 minutes. Note 7 has 4GB of RAM and an octa-core 2.3GHz Exynos 8890 SoC in the UK version while other nations get a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip.
The latest launch date prices should be in the area of $900 for those looking to pay the full price, with carrier 2-year contracts price of $299.