Supported smartphones include the Galaxy Note7, S7, S7 edge, Note5, S6, S6 edge, and S6 edge+.
Despite its name, the Note7 isn't a 7-inch device; instead, it's 5.7-inch, and with its 2560×1440 resolution, it reaches a ppi of 518. Now, everything you do with the S pen lives in Samsung Notes, which is a whole lot easier than the previous system.
To start off, the Galaxy Note7 features a 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED panel up front and inherits design cues from the Edge series flaunting curved aesthetics on both sides of the display.
- Comes in four handsome colours - Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, Silver Titanium and all-new Blue Coral.
- Big screen phones are the fastest growing segment of the smartphone market.
The iris scanner is probably the most buzzed-about feature to land on the Note 7, but Samsung isn't the first to use it as a biometric security. It's not clear how much of a difference larger or smaller phones make here. Still, it sounds like Xiaomi could give Samsung a real run for its money later this summer once both new phones are released. Those who have successfully pre-ordered the Note7 will receive their phones and a complimentary Note7 Lens Kit, worth S$198 a day before its official launch.
Like BlackBerry and other device manufacturers this year, Samsung is placing an emphasis on security.
Samsung Notes app to prevent them going missing. With the curved screen comes the Edge Panel, a nifty tool for easily accessing apps, handy tools and functions.
While this may seem like a minor adjustment, it does make the Note 7 slightly more comfortable to hold. (And, let's be honest, an option to feel like an worldwide man or woman of mystery.) The Note 7 is compatible with Samsung's Knox security feature, and also gives users the option to secure files in a "Secure Folder" to which they can add another layer of authentication.
Just because the Galaxy Note 7 can survive some time in water doesn't mean you should go overboard in exposing it to liquid just for fun. It is also expandable up to 256GB via a microSD card.
Also borrowed from the Galaxy S7 is the unbelievable 12MP camera.
Samsung has a knack for taking popular digital habits and baking them into its phones.
We tested this new security tech and it works well with the device unlocking in a split second the minute it's raised to your face. Aside from this, the stylus can be used for creating and sharing GIF animations with the Smart Select tool.
The stylus pen, as well as the phone itself, will be water-resistant and users will be able to take notes with the digital pen on the screen even when the display is off. The Galaxy Note 7 and will be available for preorder August 3.
The Korean tech conglomerate Samsung unveiled the Gear 360 VR Camera at the starting of the year and made the interested buyers wait a very long time to get their hands on this wonderful wearable.