Samsung Galaxy Note 7 the sixth generation of Samsung Phablet series which is probably coming in August. In order, the new Note 7 should be called by Note 6 but Samsung has decided to skip it to 7 which allows it to fall in line with the Samsung S series. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is not the greatest update to the Galaxy Note 5 but is is indeed a logical step taken by the company as they did with S7 series earlier this year. The Galaxy Note 5 was released by Samsung on August 21 last year which is still a quite high-end phone.
If we compare the Note 5 with the new Note 7, in terms of battery size, the Note 5 has 3020mAh battery which is smaller than the Note 4. But the upcoming Note 7 is going to have 3500mAh battery according to recent reports. If we compare the battery size to the Galaxy S7 Edge, the Note 7 will have 100mAh less battery despite it being the bigger phone (if the reports are true).
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Specs Comparison with Samsung Galaxy Note 7:
The following comparisons are according to the latest rumoured specs of the Galaxy Note 7.
In terms of the display, Galaxy Note 5 has a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display QHD (1440×2560) resolution while the Samsung Note 7 will feature 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display also with QHD resolution.
Galaxy Note 5 features a 16MP rear camera with 8x digital optic zoom and a 5MP front snapper. It is capable of 4K video recording. According to recent rumours, Note 7 features a 12MP main camera and 5MP front-facing camera.
Galaxy Note 5 has a powerful Octa-core Exynos processor with 4GB RAM and it features 32GB/64GB external memory with no memory expansion support. There are different rumours about Note 7 that Samsung can offer either Qualcomm Snapdragon or Exynos chipset with 6GB and 8GB of RAM. But these are still the rumours so take it with a pinch of salt.
New Galaxy Note 7 Interesting Features:
The best feature offered by Samsung in the Galaxy Note 7 is its Iris Scanner and S pen. Let’s talk about its Grace UX interface which is known as TouchWiz.
New screenshots of the Galaxy Note 7 shows that new feature is known as “Iris Recognition” is shown on the lock screen and in security settings. When you click the screen, a long disclaimer will open which will tell you how to use the iris scanner and what are its limitations.
More screenshots show air commands that operate the S-Pen. There is a new option called Glance which allows users to record different parts of the screen and create GIFs.
The app drawer can arrange applications in alphabetical order by default and there are some new app icons.
It looks like the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is going to feature things that we’ve never seen before. The Iris scanner is a great example of this.