Samsung Launched the newest galaxy flagship ‘Galaxy note 7’ today at unpacked event. The company skipped the note 6 and launched the Note 7 (as it makes sense that Galaxy s7 and s7 edge launched this year). It’s the first Note to be IP68 rating certifies it for depths beyond 1m. The phone’s metal frame is sandwiched between two symmetrically curved sheets of Gorilla Glass 5. The new Blue Coral option paints the metal and accents in gold, the rest in blue.
The Specifications and features are:
- 5.7 inch Super AMOLED (1440*2560 pixels)
- QHD resolution with HDR display
- Dual Edge Display
- 3,500mAh battery
- Snapdragon 820 chipset or an Exynos 8890
- 12 mp camera (same camera as in S7 Edge) bright f/1.7 aperture and OIS and can record 2160p video
- 5mp front facing camera(same camera as in S7 Edge)
- 4 GB Ram
- 64 GB Base Storage
- Micro SD Card expansion(upto 256 GB)
- Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- Iris Scanner
- Blue Coral • Onyx Black • Silver Titanium
The Samsung Galaxy Note7 will go on pre-order tomorrow, August 3.
Like S7,the Note7 will not be bundled with a free Gear VR, but for a limited time, you can score a free Gear Fit 2 smart band or a 256GB microSD card.
Watch the Whole Event here-
Samsung also launched it’s own cloud service named as Samsung cloud. Note 7 users will get 15GB of free storage. This storage can be used to backup your files,images,videos,data on the cloud.
If you act quickly and buy a Galaxy Note7 or a Galaxy S7 edge, Samsung will gladly gift you a free Gear Fit2 smartband or a 256GB microSD card. The initiative is part of the Samsung Promotions program and will be active for a limited time.
The Gear VR headset that will take the new Note and via adapters will be backwards compatible with smartphones going back to the Galaxy S6, will be up for pre-order in the US starting tomorrow, August 3, alongside the phone itself. And just like the phone, it will be available for purchase from August 19, so you shouldn’t have to spend a day VR-less. Price is set at $99.
The Gear 360 spherical camera, which was announced this spring, hasn’t yet made it to stores.