Samsung recently launched the latest edition of Note in an endeavour to lengthen its impetus ahead of what will perhaps be the year’s extremely anticipated smartphone launch – the Apple iPhone 7, predicted to roll out in the middle of September. Let’s see Samsung’s Note 7 is up its mark.

Samsung’s Note 7

Samsung decided to skip one level and moved up from Note 5 to Note 7. In terms of looks, the Samsung’s Note 7 looks much like Galaxy S7 Edge. It was also reported that Note 7 was using the software and the same curved screen through which Edge 7 is powered.

Both Edge 7 and Note 7share the same cameras which are 12 megapixel and 5 megapixels at the back and front respectively. Both the fraternal brothers have been powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor although Samsung will allegedly use its own-branded of processors, Exynos in certain geographies.

Note 7 has a 5.7″ screen which is slightly bigger than Edge whose screen size is 5.5″. Both the smartphones also share a waterproof exterior.

Samsung All Set to Launch Note 7 in Response to Apples iPhone 7
Samsung All Set to Launch Note 7 in Response to Apples iPhone 7

The Biggest Stand Out in Note 7 is The Stylus

The biggest stand out in Note 7 is the stylus and comprises of a few good features such as the GIF making ability and tap magnification. The Iris scanner in the Note 7 enables you to unlock your phone totally hands-free.

Edge 7 is about $749 whereas Note 7 has been priced at $849, the S-Pen and a few added features have pushed its price a bit.

Apple Vs. Samsung

As per the leaks of iPhone 7, it seems Apple has just a few modifications to offer than the last iPhone 6S. If that is the case then Samsung might steal the market with its Note 7 launch. It will stand observing to see if Apple’s ironclad bio-network can help protect it from Samsung’s captivating new devices.

Apple has planned a redesign in progress for the fall of 2017 which also happens to be the 10th anniversary of the device. Presuming the gossips are right, customers might choose to postpone for this possibly game-changing iPhone next year.

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