Samsung Galaxy Note 7 ReviewAt a glance, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 reflects the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge look, but it maintains the Note build and S Pen functionality. Having 2.2mm narrower than its predecessor Samsung Galaxy Note 5, the Note 7 dimensions are 153.5 x 73.9 x 7.9mm. With this dimensions, the Note 7 is much comfortable to hold and use in one hand. This also due to the curved screen on the left and right which is subtler. This dual edge curved also reduce false touches that have been a problem with the more complicated S7 Edge curves.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Hardware Review
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Review noticed some changes with its hardware, compared with its predecessor Samsung Galaxy Note 5. The first change is the fingerprint scanner Home key. The Note 7 also has an iris scanner built-into the frontage of the phone. It means that it can unlock the handset by lining the eye up inside some on-screen circles. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor exclusively for US version, and for everywhere else it uses Samsung’s own Exynos 8890 octacore processor with 4GB of RAM. The Note 7 includes a microSD card slot which allow you to have additional storage size. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 S Pen is also quite helpful, especially when you need more ways to express yourself and what you are thinking when you are stuck. This is useful when you want to keep new idea or something new you might see on the go wherever you are.
When you want to use the S Pen, what you need to do is just take it out for Air Command: quick menu of creating GIF’s and to translate words in images just like that. There’s no need to unlock the screen when you want to write or draw something using Note 7 S Pen because it is water and dust resistant. With only a simple press of the side button, it can also turn into an eraser. Anyway, the Note 7 camera has 12MP sensor and f/1.7 aperture. This camera is said to be fantastic to catch any moment in low-light conditions. While the front camera has a 5MP f/1.7 aperture. With upgraded battery life almost 17% more than its predecessor, the Note 7 also gives you more power to support its large screen, and plus it need the same amount of time to charge as the smaller Note 5 battery. So, it is more efficient by read Samsung Galaxy Note 7 User Manual.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Software Review
Good review of hardware isn’t enough without a good combination and integration with a good software, of course. To figure out Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Software, here is the review for you. As it is shown when on the launching day, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow with the firm’s own UI over top. The large display of the Note 7 is also combined with a pressure-sensitivity stylus. The Note 7 also includes all of Google apps such as Gmail, Google Docs and Google Play Store, and also Samsung’s own apps which is likely never use outside of the recommended Samsung Pay.