You must have heard about the war between the top smartphone makers, in case you don’t know Samsung is in a fight with iPhone secretly.
TechPhreak, will write about 7 Reasons the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is better than iPhone 7.
Below is all there is to know on what we believe to be the upcoming Galaxy Note 7 specifications:
|Specifications||Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Specs|
|Camera Features||Optical image stabilization plus, Dual LED, geo tagging, facial recognition, 3D front and back camera technology, auto laser focus|
|Camera – Front||5 Megapixels|
|Camera – Rear||12 Megapixels|
|Colors||Black, White, Blue|
|Features||Iris scanner, fingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, heart rate, SpO2, wireless charging, rapid charging plus, Corning Gorilla Glass 5|
|Memory||64 GB 4GB RAM internal memory and expandable to more than 256 GB with dual micro SD card slots|
|Price||$900 USD, 820 Euro|
|RAM||4 GB RAM|
|Release Date||September 2016|
The spec sheet above are the confirmed Samsung Galaxy Note 7 specifications the iPhone 7 specifications are yet to be confirmed as there are various leak and speculations online our blog post will be based on these.
7 Reasons the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is better than iPhone 7
1 – GIFing all the things
The Note 7 accompanies the best GIF-making addon we’ve seen on a Smartphone. The screen capture apparatus permits you to just choose a part of your screen with the S-Pen and tap record to catch and share a GIF of practically anything on your screen.[caption id="attachment_3251" align="aligncenter" width="300"] The Video above illustrate the Note 7 GIF making feature ; Credits : TNW[/caption]
It even permits you to alter the GIF frame-by-frame and can save the record in low or high caliber for capacity purposes.
The main thing it won’t take a shot at is DRM-secured substance, (for example, Google Play Movies) yet that shouldn’t be an issue by and large. When in doubt, Samsung says the feature works with anything you can screenshot.
This lovely feature is not available on the almighty iPhone 7.
2 – Privacy when you require it
I’m not someone who actually cares about other people using my phone, but every once in a while, there are some things I want to keep private (say, buying a gift for my girlfriend). The Note 7 lets you save/access images, files, contacts and apps in an encrypted ‘Secured Folder’ which only you can open via an iris scan permit me to say Tecno even had this feature before Samsung on her Tecno Camon C9 (The irony of Life)[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="843"] NOTE 7 IRIS SCANNER[/caption]
Samsung says the iris scans are more secure than fingerprints. More importantly, it adds a second tier of security, so you can give your friends and family fingerprint access, but still keep your most private items to yourself. Apple is still working on making its TouchID more secured after a major break through by a croatian hacker last year.