Battery: The Galaxy Note 7 has been claimed as the first Samsung mobile device which has the new USB Type C charging port which helps in fast charging.
Next year is another year for Samsung fans to look forward to as a Galaxy S7 successor is expected to arrive. At US carrier Verizon Communications, the Galaxy S7 edge with 32-gigabyte storage retails for $792 without subsidies, while the Note 7 costs $864. The phablet will come with Android Marshmallow, but since the new Nougat should make a debut alongside two new Nexus devices at the end of October, the Galaxy Note 7 could get it after just a couple of months after its release.
In related news, the Samsung exec said that they are thinking about piloting the 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage Galaxy Note 7 for the Chinese market.
On the S7, always-on displayed the time and other specific notifications, while the Galaxy Note 7 shows all notifications, which 9to5Google speculates prompted today's tweet.
Samsung to start refurbished program for smartphones
Samsung's main rival, Apple, also sells refurbished devices and those devices hold about 69% of the original value after a year. Under the program, phones returned by customers who signed up for the one-year upgrade program will be offered at lower prices.
Resolution: All three phones have spectacular resolution of 2560 x 1440-pixel, AMOLED screens which can take on any iPhone display out of the water.
That is a brand new and powerful smartphone processor.
Starting 2 September, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be available for INR 59,900. The screen display will be around 5.5-inch in length, and together with its crystal clear 4K display, the Galaxy S8 will be fitted to play applications in virtual reality format. The smartphone is likely to be a mid-range one and also feature LTE and a fingerprint sensor. Past year there was an Iron Man version S6 phone then there was also a Batman edition S6 phone.
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