Samsung, being world’s no. 1 smartphone manufacturer is one of the most promising companies that we have seen in a very long time. With each new phone being launched, Samsung tries to go out of the way to bring in extraordinary things to their devices. Be it a big 16 mega pixel camera in the Samsung Galaxy S5, nearly two years ago or an oversized device that will not only handle your office work but also accompany you in fulfilling your fun needs like multimedia, games etc. well, you got it right, we are talking about the NOTE series here, which without a doubt is Samsung’s monopoly in the market.
Samsung launched the first NOTE edition back in 2011 which had specs that we now get in a super budget phone. The first Note series didn’t even have a front facing camera, but what people liked about it was its practicality and productivity as you were able to do a lot more in the 5 inch screen. Time flew by and Samsung kept on launching the next generation of its NOTE series. Now, it is time for them to launch the Samsung Note 7 and as you would expect, it is definitely going to be a cracker.
Samsung has two flagship devices, the NOTE series as well as the S series. So it is very hard for them to keep it different when it comes to the performance of these devices. However, they have managed to do that as the NOTE 7 will feature a 6 GB RAM working alongside a Snapdragon 823 Processor. The 823 processor is even better than the Snapdragon 820 processor which is fitted in the Galaxy S8. Samsung claims that the NOTE 7 can keep nearly 15 tasks in its memory which means if you multi task, you will be able to play the game from where you left it.
Screen & Battery
Samsung Galaxy NOTE 7 will be launched with a 5.8 inch screen with a 4 K resolution which is pretty amazing. To power the screen, Samsung has also fitted in a 4000Mah battery which will be more than sufficient to get you through a day’s use. You will be able to charge this battery from zero to 50% in 30 minutes which is one of the fastest charging capabilities available on this planet.
Fingerprint scanner was launched in the iPhone 5S in the year 2014 and to be honest it’s now a standard to be fitted in every device. So it is obvious for Samsung people to include one but the big addition to the security of the device is the iRiS scanner which will be fitted in a smartphone for the first time on this planet. You will be able to unlock the NOTE 7 by just scanning your retina in the scanner and that’s it.