Samsung has been at the very top of the food chain in the mobile industry for a long time now. This Korea-based company had introduced a number of great devices over the years, even though some of those devices, and their features, have been called unpolished, recycled and gimmicky. Well, luckily for Android fans, Samsung had opted to turn up the heat a bit about two years ago, and revamp not only their smartphones, but the company’s software as well. The Galaxy Note 7 is the latest and greatest handset Samsung has to offer, its design is sleek, modern and refined, and according to many people, the best Samsung has released up to this day. The Galaxy Note 7 features, at least according to initial reactions, are no longer gimmicks, at least most of them, which only adds to the value of the Galaxy Note 7 as a whole. That being said, we have yet to secure a review unit, but we’ll keep you posted, after all, we have to test the phone out in order to see what’s what.
The Galaxy Note 7 has been announced on August 2nd, and Samsung had already released quite a few ads to go along with the device. The company has released two new promo videos via their Samsung Mobile YouTube channel, and we’re here to check them out. You’ll find both of these ads embedded down below, so that you can check them out. The first promo video is actually a hands-on with the Galaxy Note 7, and in the video, you get to see the phone’s design up close, while the narrator also talks about various features of the device itself. Speaking of the narrator, this seems to be Jonathan Morrison, a rather popular tech YouTuber, which comes as a surprise, for sure.
The second video gives us a closer look at the Galaxy Note 7’s S Pen, and its features. Samsung’s new stylus is considerably better than its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 7 comes equipped with various S Pen features, as per usual, and the stylus is actually water resistant this time around, while you cannot insert it backwards, in case you were wondering. The Galaxy Note 7 is a real best in the spec department as well, it packs a 5.7-inch QHD Dual Edge Super AMOLED display, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of native storage and a 12-megapixel Dual Pixel rear-facing camera, while the device is fueled by the Snapdragon 820 or Exynos 8890 SoC, depending on the region. If you’d like to read more about its specs, follow this link.