Earlier today, Samsung unveiled the newest addition to the Note line: the Galaxy Note7. The Note7 is “designed to give consumers what they want most in a phone–a device that strikes a balance between work and play, enabling them to do more than what they thought possible on a smartphone.”
At a quick glance, Note users will notice the sleeker feel. The curved QHD Super AMOLED screen provides an impressive picture while the camera is just as snappy as ever. Samsung has increased security with the inclusion of iris scanning technology and the announcement of potential banking partners. Couple all that with enhanced water and dust resistance and we might have the perfect phone for those who are constantly creating content on the go.
While the event did grant us the opportunity to play around with the phone, I can only comment on the superficial improvements, i.e. the larger screen and overall look and feel. However, what I’m extremely interested to see is the overall battery life of the Note7 as well as how it performs in day-to-day use.
For those interested, please continue reading to dig deeper into the Samsung Galaxy Note7. Otherwise, feel free to check out the cliff-notes below and announcement trailer.
TL;DR: Key Samsung Note7 features include†
- Galaxy Note7 S Pen
Users can bring ideas to life the moment inspiration strikes, without unlocking the screen
- Advanced Security
Note7 provides heightened security and privacy, with highly advanced biometric authentication, including fingerprint scanner and iris scanning technology – a first for the Note series
- Best-in-Class Entertainment
A gorgeous, curved QHD Super AMOLED screen delivers a bold and immersive picture, ready to stream HDR video in a cinema-like experience with brighter colors and a deeper black, just the way the filmmaker intended
- Galaxy Foundation with Refined Craftsmanship
Note7 boasts an innovative design, easier one-handed operation and durability, the advanced camera that was introduced on the Galaxy S7, 64GB of internal memory, and a long-lasting, fast-charging battery
- Water and Dust Resistant
Taking on everything life brings from morning workouts, to sudden rain storms and accidental spills
The Galaxy Note7 will be available in Blue Coral, Silver Titanium and Black Onyx beginning August 19, with pre-orders starting on August 3, 2016.
†Source: Samsung Mobile Press Site