Samsung Galaxy Note 7: India Launch, Price, Specifications & Top 5 New Features

Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 7 which will go on sale in several countries this month. Price and availability details for various regions have been revealed. The handset is said to be priced at EUR 699 (roughly Rs. 52,300) in some European regions.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is expected to be launched in India on August 11; however, no pricing details are available yet. The smartphone is already up for pre- registration on the Samsung India website. The global sales for the Samsung Note 7 will start on 19th August and it is likely India will also get the same launch date as other major countries.

Specifications at a Glance – Samsung Galaxy Note 7

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 sports some impressive features and specifications. It comes with a 5.7-inch QHD dual-edge Super Amoled display and S Pen stylus. Under the hood the phone offers Snapdragon 820 and Exynos 8890 SoC coupled with 4GB RAM. It also sports an iris scanner feature that helps you unlock the phone with your eyes. Note 7 is the first phone to support HDR streaming and its S-Pen is now water and dust resistant along with more precision.

Top 5 Feature of Galaxy Note 7

Have a look at the five new features of the Galaxy Note 7 which is quite unique for both the company’s own lineup as well as the global smartphone market.

  • Iris scanner to Amplify Security Factors

    Although the element has already been implemented on Samsung’s own Galaxy Tab Iris tablet, Galaxy Note 7 wll be the Samsung’s first smartphone to implement an Iris Scanner. The iris scanner was incorporated to beef up the security factor. The trait lets you unlock the smartphone by just looking at it. Moreover, the company’s claims that it is more secure than a fingerprint scanner. You can check our updated list of Mobile Phones with Iris Scanner

  • Upgraded S Pen – Waterproof, Dust Resistant & Precise

    Samsung’s S Pen stylus has seen a major upgrade. The stylus comes with dust and water resistant properties with IP68 certification. The finer point tip is also 0.7mm smaller than its predecessor. The pressure sensitivity on S Pen has been increased as well. The S Pen lets you create gif images from videos. Other additions include new Air Command functions for magnifying and translation.

  • Samsung Cloud – Big Storage and Easy Transfer

    Galaxy Note 7 is the first to access to the Samsung Cloud service which was unveiled simultaneously at the launch. The Korean giant is giving 15GB of free storage to the buyers of the phablet users to backup the data on their devices. The cloud service also lets you transfer data, apps, layouts between devices.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7: India Launch, Price, Specifications & Top 5 New Features

  • Corning Gorilla Glass 5 Protection –

    Gorilla Glass 5 has been the strongest glass the popular glassmaker has made yet. As per the company the Gorilla Glass 5 survived up to 80% of the time when dropped face-down from a height of up to 1.6 metres. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 became the first smartphone to feature Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection.

  • HDR streaming

    As 4K continues to increase in popularity, the year 2016 is sure to be the year when the next big thing in display tech, HDR, takes off. Keeping this in mind, the South Korean Smartphone has provided content streaming in High Dynamic Range or HDR on Samsung Galaxy Note 7 by partnering with Amazon. The company also took its expertise in TV manufacturing and adapted the technology to its mobile phone chipset.

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