Korea (TNO) The Galaxy Note 7 is the first in the Note series to feature a dual curved edge display, which also makes it more like a Galaxy S7 edge. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be available in India starting September 2, but the biggest issue for any consumer will be deciding which one to buy. Having used both Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy S7 edge, we help you make that decision easier.Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy S7 edge are similar not just in terms of design, but in specifications as well. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and S7 edge, both are powered by the company’s own Exynos 8890 processor coupled with 4GB RAM. While Samsung Galaxy S7 edge’s base memory is 32GB, the Note 7 comes in only one variant with double the base storage at 64GB. Samsung says consumers really demand higher storage, and it was natural for the company to go with this extra space. Plus in case of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 the expandable storage stands at 256GB. If you are someone clicking lots of pictures and shooting 4K videos, every extra gigabyte of data matters, and Samsung’s decision to double the storage is a step in the right direction. While Samsung Galaxy S7 edge features a 5.5-inch QHD display, Note 7 has a slightly bigger 5.7-inch display. While Note 7 may not be as pixel dense as the Galaxy S7 edge, the device surely makes up for it with HDR mode. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is the first smartphone to HDR mode enabled display.Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s HDR mode enables the display offer better contrast ratio, and wider colour gamut. While the HDR mode won’t have much effect in normal day to day stuff, it will be extremely useful while binge watching on Netflix.
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