Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Galaxy S7 Edge: Features, Specs & Price Compared; Which Flagship Phone is Better?

By Daniel Flores , Updated Aug 27, 2016 11:24 AM EDT
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With Samsung dominating in sales recently, one can say that their flagships are the best in quality as of today. Now that Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is finally out on the market, people have been asking what are its similarities with its S7 brethren, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. With this dilemma, Gamenguide shows a quick rundown with two of the most beautiful phones ever made in the Samsung Company.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy S7 Edge Features

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge both sport a super AMOLED display with Quad-HD (1440 x 2560) resolution. The only difference between the two is that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has a 5.7 inch display screen, while the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge only has a 5.5 inch display.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge shares the same hardware features, such as metal and glass overall build, the IP68 certification for water resistance and dust proofing, and also a fast fingerprint scanner. However, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 packs a lot more built-in accessories than the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. With the front and rear panels of the Note 7 are covered with Gorilla Glass 5 for protection, it also has an Iris scanner for added security on the phone and an S-Pen that includes its own features.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the Galaxy S7 come with the Snapdragon 820 and the Adreno 530 for graphics. It is also backed by 4GB of RAM with a 32GB or 64GB internal storage and is expandable with the use of a micro SD.

When it comes to the battery life, both Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge have quite the similar battery life. The Note 7 battery features a 3500 mAh, while the S7 Edge has a slightly bigger one of a 3600 mAh. However, power-saving feature from the Note 7 that allows minimizing its own resolution to last longer has an advantage in tying with the S7 Edge.

Cameras for both the Samsung variants have the same 12-megapixel, f/1.7 rear camera with phase detection autofocus, optical image stabilization, and a LED flash. It can record videos up to 4k resolution in slow motion and .HDR and a selfie snappers with  5-megapixel, f/1.7 cameras.

In conclusion, both phones are reliable when it comes in quality and style. Whether which of the two is a choice for users, one can never go wrong with either Samsung Variants. For more Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge comparisons, stay tuned to Gamenguide!

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