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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Announced


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Posted by Masterful


Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Key Features:

- 3G Network: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100

- 4G Network: LTE 800 / 850 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600

- Single SIM (Nano-SIM) Or Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, Dual Stand-By)

- Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Dual Band, Wi - Fi Direct, Wi - Fi HotSpot, Bluetooth v4.2 With A2DP, LE, ANT+, USB 3.1, Type-C 1.0 Reversible Connector, USB On The Go, Infrared And NFC

- GPS With A-GPS Support, Glonass And Beidou

- Dimensions: 153.5 x 73.9 x 7.9 mm

- Weight: 169 Grams.

- Display 5,7" Super Amoled QHD Dual Edge (~518 Ppi Pixel Density) With HDR10, Always On Display And Corning Gorilla Glass 5

- 64 Or 128 GigaBytes Memory Internal (UFS 2.0)

- Expansive Memory Up To 256 Gigabytes

- 4 GigaBytes Ram LPDDR4 (3.383 GigaBytes After The System Boot) Or 6 GigaBytes Ram LPDDR4 (5.381 GigaBytes After The System Boot)

- CPU Samsung Exynos 8890 Quad Core Exynos M1 (Dual 2.60 GHz And Dual 2.28 Ghz) Cortex A72 And Quad Core 1.58 GHz Cortex A53
(SemiConductor Technology 14 nm LPP)

- GPU Samsung Exynos Mali – T880 MP12 (DuoDeca - Core Graphics @650 MHz)

- CPU Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820 Kyro Dual Core 2.15 GHz And Dual Core 1.59 GHz (SemiConductor Technology 14 nm LPP)

- GPU Adreno 530 (Quad - Core Graphics @650 MHz)

- Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow) With GraceUX UI Planned Upgrade To 7.0 (Nougat)

- Microsoft Apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint And Reader PDF)

- Camera Dual Pixel 12.1 MP With OIS And Led Flash

- CamCorder UltraHD (2160p @30 FPS) With HDR Mode Streaming

- 5 MP Front Facing Camera With Selfie Flash For Video Chat And CamCorder QHD (1440p @30 FPS)

- Audio Processor Qualcomm WCD9335

- Fingerprint Sensor

- Iris Scanner

- Secure Folder

- IP68 Certified (Dust Proof And Water Resistant Over 1.5 Meter And 30 Minutes)

- S-Pen (Recognizes 4,096 Different Pressure Levels)

- Screen Off Memo On Always On Display

- Samsung Knox

- Motion WallPaper

- Samsung Pay (Visa, MasterCard, AMEX Certified)

- Air Command

- Samsung Cloud (15 GB Storage)

- S-Voice Natural Language Commands And Dictation

- Active Noise Cancellation With Dedicated Mic

- Stay Fit

- Standard Battery Li-Po 3500 mAh (Non-Removable) With Fast Battery Charging (60% In 30 Min)

- Fast Charging Both On Wired And Wireless

- Wireless Charging Compatible With WPC And PMA

- Available In Gold Platinum, Silver Titanium Black Onix And Blue Coral Colors



Technichal Specifications Digital Camera Galaxy Note 7:

* Optical Assembly: Largan Precision Optics (26mm in 35mm equiv.)
* Construction Lens: 6 Elements Plastic
* F-Number: f/1.7
* Focal Length: 4.20mm
* Focus Range: 6 Cm - Infinity
* Iso Sensitivity: 40 - 1250
* Shutter Speed: Max - (10s) / Min - (1/24000s)
* Image Stabilization: Optical Stabiliser (OIS): Dual Axis Gyroscope
* Features Digital Camera: Dual Pixel Focusing, Object Tracking Autofocus - Touch Focus - Face/Smile Detection - Panorama - HDR - Geo Tagging
* Flash: Led (4rd Generation)
* Reach In Shooting Of Flash: Up To 3 Meters
* AF Light: Yes (Led 4rd Generation)
* ISP: Samsung C3
* Image Sensor: CMOS BSI SONY EXMOR RS IMX260 Or CMOS BSI ISOCELL SAMSUNG S5K2L1 (Market Dependent)
* Format: 1/2.5"
* Surface: (5.76 mm x 4.29 mm)
* Pixel Size: 1.44 Microns
* Total Pixel Are Used: 4032 x 3024 - 12.19 MP
* Maximum Effective Pixels Resolution: 4032 x 3024 For (4:3) Or 4032 x 2268 For (16:9)
* Other Features: Dual Shot And Simultaneous FullHD Video And Image Recording



Technichal Specifications Digital Camcorder Galaxy Note 7:

* Maximum Resolution Digital Camcorder: ULTRAHD 2160p (3840 x 2160)
* Quantity Frames Per Second During Recording Of Video: 30 FPS
* Recording Codec Used To Do Video: MP4
* Video Bit Rate: 48.2 Mbps
* Iso Sensitivity: 40 - 1600
* Recording Audio Codec Used To Do Video: AAC Stereo
* Audio Bit Rate: 256 Kbps
* Audio Sampling Rate: 48.0 KHz
* Light Assist For The Record Video: Yes (Single Led 4rd Generation)
* Features Digital Camcorder: Optical Video Stabilization, HDR Mode Streaming And Continuous Autofocus



Technichal Specifications Front Digital Camera Galaxy Note 7:

* Optical Assembly: Samsung Lens (21mm in 35mm equiv.)
* Construction Lens: 4 Elements Plastic
* F-Number: f/1.7
* Focal Length: 2.10mm
* Iso Sensitivity: 50 - 1250
* Shutter Speed: Max - (1/7s) / Min - (1/9728s)
* Sensor: CMOS BSI SAMSUNG S5K4E6XP
* Format: 1/4"
* Surface: (3.20 mm x 2.40 mm)
* Pixel Size: 1.34 Microns
* Maximum Effective Pixels Resolution: 2592 x 1944 For (4:3)



Technichal Specifications Front Digital Camcorder Galaxy Note 7:

* Maximum Resolution Digital Camcorder: QHD 1440p (2560 x 1440)
* Quantity Frames Per Second During Recording Of Video: 30 FPS
* Recording Codec Used To Do Video: MP4
* Video Bit Rate: 25.2 Mbps
* Iso Sensitivity: 50 - 1250
* Recording Audio Codec Used To Do Video: AAC Stereo
* Audio Bit Rate: 256 Kbps
* Audio Sampling Rate: 48.0 KHz



STATUS: Discontinued (Units Catch Fire Or Explode During Use Or Battery Charging)
[ This Message was edited by: Masterful on 2016-10-15 06:00 ]



Posted by Masterful
Samsung Galaxy Note7: Official Introduction

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0a6Y9JvPqo


Posted by Masterful
Hands On With The Samsung Galaxy Note7

http://www.anandtech.com/show[....]-with-the-samsung-galaxy-note7

Posted by Masterful
Samsung Galaxy Note7: First impressions

http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_note7-review-1472.php

Posted by badassmam
I'm really interested to see how the stylus and screen work underwater and if there are issues if you inset/eject the pen underwater as well. I'd be very impressed if you can take notes accurately underwater, waiting for the videos of that.

Posted by Masterful
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (iris scanner): Here is how it works

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8l71D8vGBw

Posted by McKinley
Anyone else feeling meh about this release?
Not that I really care about this, because CPU and GPU are good enough as it is today.
Still I was expecting an upgraded SoC and the look feels way too generic now.
The camera is the same, so we will see over-processed shots with oversaturated colours.
[ This Message was edited by: McKinley on 2016-08-02 19:32 ]


Posted by aussieland1
Definitely not feeling meh about this . Yes many upgrades are minor these days because phones already have great features ! I think Sony is the king of minor upgrades - this one has quite a few over the last years Note. Snapdragon 821 would be nice but it is only a minor upgrade to 820- which is the best at the moment for android anyway

The only thing I am not crazy about is edge screen, yes it looks good but not convinced is practical. Love how much memory is available
[ This Message was edited by: aussieland1 on 2016-08-02 21:24 ]


Posted by Tsepz_GP
Would make a nice upgrade from my Note 4, I'm loving it in Black Onyx.
64GB Internal Mem + IP68 Water and Dust Resistance + 3500mAh battery and Iris Scanner.

BTW, apparently the Edges aren't as curved as the S7 Edge.

Let's see what the LG V20 brings though.


Posted by aussieland1
Such a shame is only available in Sep in Europe

If I could get the 256 gb memory stick offer I think I would preorder one

Also happy to see usb type c

Posted by Masterful
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 combines S7 camera with large display, S-Pen and iris scanner

https://www.dpreview.com/news[....]s7-camera-with-a-large-display

Posted by Supa_Fly

On 2016-08-02 19:39:43, McKinley wrote:
Anyone else feeling meh about this release?
Not that I really care about this, because CPU and GPU are good enough as it is today.
Still I was expecting an upgraded SoC and the look feels way too generic now.
The camera is the same, so we will see over-processed shots with oversaturated colours.
[ This Message was edited by: McKinley on 2016-08-02 19:32 ]



Samsung LOST revenues this past quarterly earnigs announced just a week ago. You're going to see a LOT of tech companies involved with mobile handsets and devices follow suit with their products. That is to say reduced R&D spending this year and less deliverying top shelf tech until next year. There is no surety that the techonlogy industry will recover the way the economy is so far = heavily unstable. Samsung KNOWS they have an EDGE (pun intended) over the competition and they don't NEED to enforce it.

PS: Samsung, get a new vocal voice over for your N.American and western world commercials on new products - this guys voice sounds like a fist in the ear and the tone is horrible. Not dissing the actual person, just stating his voice is not so universally accepted.

Curious: how many Note units sell each year vs Galaxy/Galaxy S Edge units? Moreover the demographics in terms of male/female purchasers for each country.

Posted by aussieland1
I was under the impression that Samsung made a good profit compared to last year, a lot coming from the mobile division?- so not quite sure where they lost revenue

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36911228


I don't see much wrong with this phone - great CPU,gpu , meant to be great for games, good camera, water and dust proof, note pen, loads of memory , USB type c, metal build and so on

Wish it was not edge though

Posted by Tsepz_GP

On 2016-08-03 00:32:00, aussieland1 wrote:
I was under the impression that Samsung made a good profit compared to last year, a lot coming from the mobile division?- so not quite sure where they lost revenue

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36911228


I don't see much wrong with this phone - great CPU,gpu , meant to be great for games, good camera, water and dust proof, note pen, loads of memory , USB type c, metal build and so on

Wish it was not edge though


Lol, same here, the S7 and S7 Edge have been a great success for them as far as I know.

Posted by Ranjith
S7 Edge is already a powerful device and since its quite big too hence it makes Note 7 look "meh". They should have dropped the hybrid sim/SD slot and given each a dedicate one!

Posted by Tibagy
Note 7 is already a powerful device and got better being first smartphone to support HDR streaming finally liked too that new phablet.
[ This Message was edited by: Tibagy on 2016-08-03 06:25 ]


Posted by aussieland1
Note 7 is not an upgrade to S7 edge it is silly to think this, it is an upgrade to Note 5 and definitely not a meh one

And while owners of s7 edge have no reasons to upgrade to Note 7 unless they love s pen but for new buyers it is no brainers I think especially if you like phablets - note is larger, has s pen, usb type c, more powerful software , more memory
[ This Message was edited by: aussieland1 on 2016-08-03 10:22 ]


Posted by badassmam
They gave it edge screen because of the success of S6/S7 Edge so it makes sense but the problem with that is its very similar to the S7 Edge even in size. Specs wise they are quite similar which isn't a bad thing but to me the only differentiating factor is the S-pen. Note fans and power users will be happy because its quite significantly better than the Note 5. Personally I don't like the extreme shininess, makes it look more bling than professional so perhaps if it had a frosted glass finish then it would be easier to tell it apart from the S7 Edge.

Posted by Shino03
I agree it appears to not have its own character apart from the S7. I know this is intended BUT some people appreciate unique design especially after some time. Designs gets boring after being used repeatedly.

Posted by aussieland1
I think that with regards to design manufacturers seem to be in a bit if a slump....look at Sony, Apple Samsung etc To be fair S7 edge was only released thus year so it is not an overly used design but I agree that by next year they will need to change it more significantly

Posted by Tsepz_GP
Brilliant Power Saving, I must say. Most of it was there in previous Samsung but the downscaling of Screen Resolution is new.

Note 7 Power Saving Mode scales down display resolution and performance

http://www.androidauthority.c[....]te-7-power-saving-mode-707558/

Posted by XperiaJunkie
The P9 has this option too, rather than full HD it can lower the resolution to 720p.

Posted by badassmam
As Zlatan Ibrahimovic said about Pep Guardiola, 'he bought a Ferrari and drove it like a Fiat'. £700 for a device to throttle the CPU and diminish the screen quality....I don't think so and power users will agree. Now before people say lowering the screen res its a genius idea, people were criticising the Z5 Premium because 4K wasn't used everywhere in the UI. Power saving mode is basically when they admit the battery won't last that long. I'd rather have 500mA than the iris scanner or perhaps another 1000mA for a few extra millimetres in thickness, that goes for all companies.

Posted by aussieland1
I don't see the connection between the power saver and the full resolution not being used everywhere in z5 premium. You don't have to use this power saver obviously, this is just to extend the battery life .

I agree though that I would trade iris scanner and a few mm for extra battery

Posted by Tsepz_GP

On 2016-08-03 17:45:42, badassmam wrote:
As Zlatan Ibrahimovic said about Pep Guardiola, 'he bought a Ferrari and drove it like a Fiat'. £700 for a device to throttle the CPU and diminish the screen quality....I don't think so and power users will agree. Now before people say lowering the screen res its a genius idea, people were criticising the Z5 Premium because 4K wasn't used everywhere in the UI. Power saving mode is basically when they admit the battery won't last that long. I'd rather have 500mA than the iris scanner or perhaps another 1000mA for a few extra millimetres in thickness, that goes for all companies.


Let's get real here, even if you buy a BMW M3, you won't max it out everywhere....and here's where the car analogy totally falls apart, most cars come with a feature where they can turn off cylinders when they are not needed, for when you "drive it like a Fiat" as most cars including Ferraris will be driven.

Your Z5 Premium example makes absolutely no sense, as the Note 7 allows you to use the highest Res everywhere, Samsung has allowed the user to decide, it's called choice, the very core of Android, allowing me to do what I want with MY phone, Sony on the other hand made the decision for you, completely different situation there.

So are you saying Power Saving shouldn't be there at all? Last I checked even Sony have a Power Saving setting (Stamina Mode), a feature many seem to rely on heavily, so I guess they to admitted the battery won't last long.


Let's go back to the car example, where even Supercars these days are about saving fuel, many of them coming with big battery packs, turbocharging and a smaller motor, they all tend to have an Eco Mode in them.

Someone may buy the Note 7 and decide that they couldn't careless for the QHD display, but everything else, or let's gets even more practical, many of us have those days where we either forget to charge our phones and we end up needing it to last that extra bit, OR you have a power outage (becoming common with some of the extreme whether we have in many parts of the world), I'd like to have a Power Saving option to allow me to go that bit further.

I personally will prob leave the Res alone, but I do like CPU throttling, as same with my car I don't need the power all the time, so it sits in Eco Mode, which can get me 2.5weeks on 1 fill up, my phone will get me further without really having much impact on performance.
[ This Message was edited by: Tsepz_GP on 2016-08-03 21:54 ]


Posted by McKinley
The more I read about the Note 7, the more I find this to be bigger leap forward compared to the previous Note iterations.
I loved my Note 3 with my heart and I am definitely going to buy this so it seems after all
Onyx Black looks really beautiful. I am imagining Onyx Black with always on feature.
[ This Message was edited by: McKinley on 2016-08-04 00:40 ]



Posted by badassmam
I forgot that you'd be hardcore on this thread

You're over-complicating things and over-analysing my comment. I was talking about Zlatan who Barcelona bought for a massive sum (plus Eto'o) and then Pep never played him in the correct position. It turned out to be a waste money resulting in his bust-up with Pep and his comment. Its about making the most of such a talented player or not buying him in the first place.

Agreed Sony made the decision for you for the res but consider this, can you tell the difference or not if the screen is 4K or HD in the phone app, settings menu or when you check your messages? You can't so switching to HD at that point is legitimate and if the phone does it then that's better. An average user with the Note 7 will be blissfully using high res on everything which will waste battery as well as put more strain on the processor etc. in which case, if the phone could adjust the res for you when you switch apps from qHD to HD without you having to do it then that's just great and exactly what Sony did.

I didn't say not to have any stamina mode, I easily got 2 days from my Z1C and I can guarantee no 2016 phone can manage that on a normal day's use which is unacceptable. Yep, everyone has settled for shit batteries and they think that stamina modes can replace large capacity batteries but hey, my phone is thin because nothing else matters. What you say about Eco mode in your car is fine but what about when you need the extra boost, I just put my foot down then I'm gone. If I want to conserve fuel on a long journey then I drive accordingly but that doesn't mean that I just coast all the way.

Posted by Tsepz_GP

On 2016-08-04 01:07:46, badassmam wrote:
I forgot that you'd be hardcore on this thread

You're over-complicating things and over-analysing my comment. I was talking about Zlatan who Barcelona bought for a massive sum (plus Eto'o) and then Pep never played him in the correct position. It turned out to be a waste money resulting in his bust-up with Pep and his comment. Its about making the most of such a talented player or not buying him in the first place.

Agreed Sony made the decision for you for the res but consider this, can you tell the difference or not if the screen is 4K or HD in the phone app, settings menu or when you check your messages? You can't so switching to HD at that point is legitimate and if the phone does it then that's better. An average user with the Note 7 will be blissfully using high res on everything which will waste battery as well as put more strain on the processor etc. in which case, if the phone could adjust the res for you when you switch apps from qHD to HD without you having to do it then that's just great and exactly what Sony did.

I didn't say not to have any stamina mode, I easily got 2 days from my Z1C and I can guarantee no 2016 phone can manage that on a normal day's use which is unacceptable. Yep, everyone has settled for shit batteries and they think that stamina modes can replace large capacity batteries but hey, my phone is thin because nothing else matters. What you say about Eco mode in your car is fine but what about when you need the extra boost, I just put my foot down then I'm gone. If I want to conserve fuel on a long journey then I drive accordingly but that doesn't mean that I just coast all the way.


Considering the past Notes were delivered great battery life while running at Full QHD resolution I think the Note 7 will be fine, the battery is a big leap from the Note 5's 3000mAh, unlike most OEMs, Samsung went up in Battery capacity, vs. the predecessor.

I'd rather adjust the res myself, thank you very much, if I want an OEM to make decisions like that for me I'll get an iPhone, at least you see the benefits of them making some decisions for you. The Z5P still had average batt life despite a much larger battery than its competitors.




Posted by aussieland1
Still I think the Ibrahimović analogy is poor choice because

1) Note 7 might have great battery life
2) users have the choice to change the resolution

I personally prefer a true qhd screen then a half baked 4 k screen (working only in certain parts). I think Samsing approach is the best (allowing users to choose ). Implying users are blissfully ignorant by sticking to qhd resolution everywhere is a bit ignorant on it's own - people should be able to choose what they think is best for them nit what we think, and in various forums people will say they can tell the difference between full hd and qhd. Again changing resolution is only for battery saver not meant to be a permanent thing

Anyway price here in UK has been announced to £699 which is quite high. I wonder if this will push people to buy s7 edge instead . As much as I like Samsung phones I never quite got their choice in available phones
[ This Message was edited by: aussieland1 on 2016-08-04 08:33 ]


Posted by badassmam
@Tsepz_GP

Ok, this is going nowhere productive. I'm not here to bash a device I've never had, my comments stem from my current S7 Edge work phone. It was given to me for specific tasks and it cannot do it because the flipping battery drains so fast, not so much performance (that's a discussion for another day). I had the same problem with the S6 and S5. I use my personal device and my personal Windows tablet PC now. Our collaborators over in Singapore have the same issue with the Note 5, again they have to carry a tablet as a backup.

My challenge to you is to see whether the Note 7 will get better battery time than it and by how much. It has an updated processor but a similar battery capacity. My guess is that the S7 Edge will be better but the difference will be minimal. Put on the power saver with HD throughout and see the difference, it will be much much better but still not up to 2 days. I'll wait for someone here to buy the phone and test it. Please don't post that Samsung battery test because that is pure fraud, no GSMarena or Phonearena either.

My point is that you have settled with crap battery times and these software tricks are not enough. If Samsung or whoever comes up with a new technology that massively extends battery life then I'll be over the moon because others will adopt it. The other option is to make batteries bigger and everyone refuses to do that.

@aussieland1

1) Note 7 might have great battery life - which probably won't be good enough for my work group
2) users have the choice to change the resolution - we are the ignorant users who don't give a damn because we just need the thing to stay alive long enough

You're correct that people have the right to choose but I say that no matter how hard we have tried to squeeze out more battery life, we just couldn't do it.

Peace out.

Posted by daviep
i think it will sell well in europe as we missed out on the note 5.i had to source a grey import n920c for myself.i think samsung missed a trick not bringing the note 5 to europe as i see a few places such as cex and even o2 recycle will take note 5s for sale/recycle.

Posted by aussieland1
@badassmam

I already agreed that a few extra mm would be nice to include a larger battery . That being said I think if you are concerned about power users I think this group would be able to change resolution of the screen if they want to . Anyway let's wait for some test on the battery life first

Posted by Luca-S
The device is fantastic but I HATE EDGE SCREEN.

Posted by WagnerNarcos
Of iris scanning and innovation: Galaxy Note 7

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEUf_ke4J_o


Posted by WagnerNarcos
The amazing actor Christoph Waltz stars in Samsung’s latest ad for the Galaxy Note 7

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=90&v=GfUhExdNjK8

Posted by WagnerNarcos
China could get a Galaxy Note 7 with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage

https://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench3/7631471

Posted by WagnerNarcos
Display Galaxy Note 7 is voted the best among smartphones

http://www.displaymate.com/Galaxy_Note7_ShootOut_1.htm

Posted by hello1000

On 2016-08-10 07:17:47, WagnerNarcos wrote:
Display Galaxy Note 7 is voted the best among smartphones

http://www.displaymate.com/Galaxy_Note7_ShootOut_1.htm


Thats always with Samsung, they pay those sites for it.
AMoled panels are still inferieur against IPS panels in color gamut, to over saturation, bad with wite ( little blue tint) and use more power.

Only positieve is good Black background
This site tester are seriously lairs.

Posted by Tsepz_GP

On 2016-08-10 10:20:56, hello1000 wrote:

On 2016-08-10 07:17:47, WagnerNarcos wrote:
Display Galaxy Note 7 is voted the best among smartphones

http://www.displaymate.com/Galaxy_Note7_ShootOut_1.htm


Thats always with Samsung, they pay those sites for it.
AMoled panels are still inferieur against IPS panels in color gamut, to over saturation, bad with wite ( little blue tint) and use more power.

Only positieve is good Black background
This site tester are seriously lairs.


Don't be mad dude Samsung have been making the best mobile displays for a while now.


Posted by badassmam
LCD and AMOLED screens have their strengths and weaknesses, more importantly our eyes/brain/senses have a certain preference too.

Is anyone annoyed that the China version has bumped up specs? Do you think that 4GB vs 6GB RAM will make a noticeable difference in everyday use? Do people feel annoyed that they could have used better hardware also to differentiate it more than the S7 Edge?

Posted by hello1000

On 2016-08-11 18:01:58, Tsepz_GP wrote:

On 2016-08-10 10:20:56, hello1000 wrote:

On 2016-08-10 07:17:47, WagnerNarcos wrote:
Display Galaxy Note 7 is voted the best among smartphones

http://www.displaymate.com/Galaxy_Note7_ShootOut_1.htm


Thats always with Samsung, they pay those sites for it.
AMoled panels are still inferieur against IPS panels in color gamut, to over saturation, bad with wite ( little blue tint) and use more power.

Only positieve is good Black background
This site tester are seriously lairs.


Don't be mad dude Samsung have been making the best mobile displays for a while now.




Dont be mad if I speak the truth.
Its never proven that Samsung make the best displays.

Its proven that AM oled suprieur in Black values, and thats all, so don't be mad at me.

Second, IPS has suprieur in color gamut, color accurate, power efficiënt, and more White values.

So don't be mad at me please, but keep it for you self you believe Samsung have the best displays and let keep that so.

Posted by Tsepz_GP
You have no proof, you are no expert, just a Samsung hater
Unfortunately the actual experts disagree with you and the Note 7 has the best display maybe one day Sony will catch-up, don't worry.



On 2016-08-11 18:12:39, badassmam wrote:
LCD and AMOLED screens have their strengths and weaknesses, more importantly our eyes/brain/senses have a certain preference too.

Is anyone annoyed that the China version has bumped up specs? Do you think that 4GB vs 6GB RAM will make a noticeable difference in everyday use? Do people feel annoyed that they could have used better hardware also to differentiate it more than the S7 Edge?


I thought the 4GB RAM would bother me, but with my Note 4 having 3GB RAM and Samsung Smart Manager, RAM is never an actual problem, all apps that I want to stay in RAM I have setup to stay in RAM.

Other than that I am very happy with the Note7, especially with the 64GB minimum internal mem plus MicroSD, the less curved display with the bezelless effect, the fact that we are getting the better Exynos SoC instead of Snapdragon down here has me very excited, mainly due to Exynos always having better Audio, better handling graphics better and running cooler. The water resistance on the phone plus pen is a nice bonus.

Posted by hello1000

On 2016-08-11 22:12:48, Tsepz_GP wrote:
You have no proof, you are no expert, just a Samsung hater
Unfortunately the actual experts disagree with you and the Note 7 has the best display maybe one day Sony will catch-up, don't worry.



On 2016-08-11 18:12:39, badassmam wrote:
LCD and AMOLED screens have their strengths and weaknesses, more importantly our eyes/brain/senses have a certain preference too.

Is anyone annoyed that the China version has bumped up specs? Do you think that 4GB vs 6GB RAM will make a noticeable difference in everyday use? Do people feel annoyed that they could have used better hardware also to differentiate it more than the S7 Edge?


I thought the 4GB RAM would bother me, but with my Note 4 having 3GB RAM and Samsung Smart Manager, RAM is never an actual problem, all apps that I want to stay in RAM I have setup to stay in RAM.

Other than that I am very happy with the Note7, especially with the 64GB minimum internal mem plus MicroSD, the less curved display with the bezelless effect, the fact that we are getting the better Exynos SoC instead of Snapdragon down here has me very excited, mainly due to Exynos always having better Audio, better handling graphics better and running cooler. The water resistance on the phone plus pen is a nice bonus.



Experts, who experts are talking about?
If you don't know boy its sience is the key answer not just a random site how get paid to promote Samsung, we know both Samsung does paid those site tech.

But just like ï said, keep beleving boy and keep that way.

Posted by aussieland1

On 2016-08-11 22:12:48, Tsepz_GP wrote:
You have no proof, you are no expert, just a Samsung hater
Unfortunately the actual experts disagree with you and the Note 7 has the best display maybe one day Sony will catch-up, don't worry.



On 2016-08-11 18:12:39, badassmam wrote:
LCD and AMOLED screens have their strengths and weaknesses, more importantly our eyes/brain/senses have a certain preference too.

Is anyone annoyed that the China version has bumped up specs? Do you think that 4GB vs 6GB RAM will make a noticeable difference in everyday use? Do people feel annoyed that they could have used better hardware also to differentiate it more than the S7 Edge?


I thought the 4GB RAM would bother me, but with my Note 4 having 3GB RAM and Samsung Smart Manager, RAM is never an actual problem, all apps that I want to stay in RAM I have setup to stay in RAM.

Other than that I am very happy with the Note7, especially with the 64GB minimum internal mem plus MicroSD, the less curved display with the bezelless effect, the fact that we are getting the better Exynos SoC instead of Snapdragon down here has me very excited, mainly due to Exynos always having better Audio, better handling graphics better and running cooler. The water resistance on the phone plus pen is a nice bonus.



Is Exynos really handling graphics better ? I thought Mali is inferior to Adreno?

Although I prefer Snapdragon normally it seems like these 8 core Snapdragon have inferior battery life to Exynos , so I am happy to get Exynos too

Posted by Tsepz_GP

On 2016-08-12 09:51:32, aussieland1 wrote:

On 2016-08-11 22:12:48, Tsepz_GP wrote:
You have no proof, you are no expert, just a Samsung hater
Unfortunately the actual experts disagree with you and the Note 7 has the best display maybe one day Sony will catch-up, don't worry.



On 2016-08-11 18:12:39, badassmam wrote:
LCD and AMOLED screens have their strengths and weaknesses, more importantly our eyes/brain/senses have a certain preference too.

Is anyone annoyed that the China version has bumped up specs? Do you think that 4GB vs 6GB RAM will make a noticeable difference in everyday use? Do people feel annoyed that they could have used better hardware also to differentiate it more than the S7 Edge?


I thought the 4GB RAM would bother me, but with my Note 4 having 3GB RAM and Samsung Smart Manager, RAM is never an actual problem, all apps that I want to stay in RAM I have setup to stay in RAM.

Other than that I am very happy with the Note7, especially with the 64GB minimum internal mem plus MicroSD, the less curved display with the bezelless effect, the fact that we are getting the better Exynos SoC instead of Snapdragon down here has me very excited, mainly due to Exynos always having better Audio, better handling graphics better and running cooler. The water resistance on the phone plus pen is a nice bonus.



Is Exynos really handling graphics better ? I thought Mali is inferior to Adreno?

Although I prefer Snapdragon normally it seems like these 8 core Snapdragon have inferior battery life to Exynos , so I am happy to get Exynos too


The Mali GPU tends to fall behind in Benchmarks, but in real world use the overall SoC tends to run the UI and graphic intense games better. I think it may be due to it running cooler. There were a lot of reviews comparing the Snapdragon Note 4 to the Exynos Note 4, and overall the Exynos had a snappier and smoother UI, while Snapdragon had slightly better battery.

The Snapdragon 820 is a Quad Core chip if I'm not mistaken.
https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon/processors/820
Using Qualcomm's own large custom Kyro cores. Its a hell of a beastly chip, far better than the mess that was the 810 and 808 last year.

Personally I'll always prefer Exynos, Samsung's Octa Core setup has had so much R&D go into it, and the latest 8890 in S7 and Note7 is quite a thing. They tend to put better DAC's with the Exynos to, and overall better optimization.

Posted by badassmam
SD820 delivers monster gaming performance but that's about it really. From my experience the Exynos performs real world tasks faster, has better battery life and runs cooler which is more important. Being a Z3+ owner, I'm very cautious about the high end SD chips now and find the lower end processors more appealing so I'd take an Xperia X over the X Performance for example.

Posted by aussieland1
I think that if Adreno doesn't run as good on Samsung is probably a case of not being properly optimised . It's definitely not inferior to Mali. Anyway both models are great but if Exynis brings more profit then I am happy Samsung is pushing for Exynos
[ This Message was edited by: aussieland1 on 2016-08-12 17:38 ]


Posted by WagnerNarcos
The Note 7 is the first smartphone with HDR10-compliant display and this is why you should care

http://www.phonearena.com/new[....]is-why-you-should-care_id83772
[ This Message was edited by: WagnerNarcos on 2016-08-13 05:50 ]


Posted by WagnerNarcos
The 6 GB RAM Galaxy Note 7 lives; why it isn’t a big deal

www.sammobile.com/2016/08/11/[....]-lives-why-it-isnt-a-big-deal/
[ This Message was edited by: WagnerNarcos on 2016-08-13 06:05 ]


Posted by WagnerNarcos
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (Blue Coral) Unboxing: Well Hello Beautiful

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cw7PljUJ2vI
[ This Message was edited by: WagnerNarcos on 2016-08-13 06:05 ]



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