The Galaxy S6 Edge Plus looks fairly identical to the Note 7, with some differences in the thickness and curvature. If we go by the features, then the Galaxy Note 7 definitely comes out on top if compared to the rumored iPhone 7. According to a report from Korea Times, the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the latest Samsung phablet will be available "in two to three months".
With the inclusion of this feature, the device will provide better protection of users' mobile information. Additionally, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is the first of the Galaxy flagships to have a HDR mode enabled display to offer better contrast ratio and wider color range. But Note 7 owners could possibly be upgraded as soon as October judging by Dong-jin's comments. This meant that there would be little differentiating factor between the Note 7 and the S7 Edge, if you also consider the specifications and other factors. The device will be powered by Apple's A10 processor, which is the successor to the A9 chipset used for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
Although the Galaxy Note 7 comes with a slightly lower resolution camera, it is far more superior to the S6 Edge Plus's camera due to the new dual pixel technology. Introduced with 64GB of internal storage, the phablet is speculated to launch with another 128GB variant in the nearby future. However, it was the other striking features that caught the fancy of consumers.
Like the Note 7, the S Pen is also water resistant and can be used in torrential rain and will still work after being submerged in water up to 30 minutes. It has a redesigned touchpad and an additional home button, said Android Authority. However, the premium variant will reportedly come out with a hefty price of more than $900. If you have any questions regarding this post, ask us! The smartphone features IP68 certification, making it waterproof and dustproof.
As you can see first and foremost, the new Gear VR swaps out the white plastic with a darker black finish both inside and outside.