A lot of praise has been poured on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, with some claiming we are edging towards smartphone perfection. Samsung has in the past been criticized for a number of things, including under powering a phone.
But the Note 7 seems to have been given much finer details. It seems Samsung went back to the lab with the intention of giving out a perfect product. Let’s give you 5 reasons why you need the Samsung Note 7.
The S Pen could be the primary reason for purchasing a Note, in addition to other features like a longer battery lifestyle and wider screen. And without any doubt, the S Pen in Note 7 will not be a disappointment.
You have been given the ability to customize GIFs from videos. Also, there is a new “Translate” feature that allows you to translate foreign text. This is of great importance to the travelers.
In addition, Note 7 allows you to write down some notes and save them as a reminder for the future. You need not to open a notes app, saving you quite an amount of time.
You can comfortably receive a phone call while in the rain while not worrying about your Samsung Note 7 getting spoilt. The device has been equipped with the ability to sustain water submersions. The interesting part is that you can still take notes with the S Pen while under water. You may not need to write notes in the shower but this additional feature is still amazing.
It goes without question that Samsung Note 7 is the best looking in this range and among competing phablet. The phone is slimmer, thanks to Samsung’s intensive lab tests.
You will no longer enjoy the HDR technology in the Samsung TVs alone. It is now right in your hands. The underlying fact is that HDR screens can display better quality pictures – brighter whites and deeper blacks. Already Samsung is bullying the other competitors with its AMOLED smartphone displays, but HDR is welcome and we will keenly watch its success.
Currently, there is no enough content that can be used to test Samsun’s new technology. But Amazon and Netflix are in the business of producing HDR content.
The Iris scanner feature resonates well with the current needs of the market where privacy is of great essence. You will be able to unlock your phone by just scanning the Iris.
Of course the fingerprint technology is also a great one but this concept is solid. One thing about fingerprints is that they can be replicated. It is harder to copy your Iris.