The Pro:The Galaxy Note 7 is a beautiful, capable Android phone that showcases Samsung's best in design, battery life, speed and features. The 64GB base model leaves you plenty of space for photos, videos and games, and it's a real improvement over 2015's Note 5.
The Cro: It's pricier than almost every other Android phone, and a little heavy. After seven iterations, there are still minor problems writing with the S Pen stylus. Fine particles, like beach sand, can wedge the stylus in its holder.
The bottom line: The Galaxy Note 7 is the best no-compromise, big-screen phone you can buy if price is no object. All but the most devoted stylus lovers, however, will do just as well with the cheaper S7 models.
The Galaxy Note 7 has launched and is fully available for buy now. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was released in August 19th with curved display, iris scanner. The 5.7-inch, stylus-slinging Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is a damn fine phone. Its sexy wraparound glass, precise S Pen and brilliant screen would impress anyone, but it's ideal for artists, architects and people who would rather write with their own hand than type on a screen.
It has a gorgeous, symmetrical design that looks particularly stunning in Coral Blue. It takes great photos and has both the water resistance and expandable memory slot that last year's Galaxy Note 5 lacked (oh yeah, there is no Note 6). Battery life goes on and on -- but not as long as the Galaxy S7 Edge -- and you can charge up wirelessly.
This is Samsung's ultimate phone, with all the Edge's curved-screen goodies and more: 64GB of storage instead of the Edge's 32GB. An iris scanner for unlocking the phone with your eyes. A good, refreshed take on Android. A USB-C charger port that also charges up your other devices (you should buy a USB 3.1 cable for faster data speeds). New pen tricks to magnify, translate languages and make an animated GIF. A nighttime filter you can schedule to automatically give your weary, screen-staring eyes a break.
Without the S Pen, the Note 7 is just a refined S7 Edge with steeper curved sides. It's still the stylus that makes it stand out in the smartphone pack. The pen on this year's model is slimmer, with a more precise tip and improved pressure sensitivity. S pen allows people to jot notes, paint with pressure-sensitive brushstrokes and even translate text. It can also serve as a magnifying glass, even if the phone is locked. It also works in the rain.
The Note 7 looks even better than the already terrific-looking Edge and S7: sleek, symmetrical and sophisticated. Everyone I showed it to agreed. It's heavy compared to other devices, but feels pleasantly compact for its expansive screen. Not small, but smaller than past Note models and easier to hold. At this point, I'm desensitized to the feeling of phones in my back pocket and their weight in my purse; this fits my expectations, and wasn't too big to zip into my jacket pocket.
The iris scanner that unlocks the phone with your eyes is fast and accurate, and worked with my glasses and contacts. But if the phone's already lying on the table, picking it up again is inconvenient. Also, Samsung told us it's meant more as a secondary security measure to the fingerprint scanner than for constant use.
The Note7 is the first Samsung phone with a USB-C port, which is reversible. That means no squinting and fumbling to see which way is "up". Best yet, it supports USB 3.1, which means you can ask it to charge other devices and transfer data quicker (this won't happen automatically). However, Samsung supplies a USB 2.0 cable in the box. A USB 3.1 cable will get you faster data speed transfer with a compatible USB port, but don't sweat it too much. The standard cord still works fine.
For a limited time, you can only buy a Galaxy Note7 and get a free Gear Fit2 or 256GB memory card. T-Mobile (TMUS)and Sprint (S) customers can buy the device for $850, while AT&T (T, Tech30) has it priced at $880, spread over its payment plans. Verizon (VZ, Tech30)'s retail price falls in the middle at $864.
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