Video: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Comes With Iris Scanner

Time: 10:31 p.m. CEST

There’s no doubt the Note 7 is a more capable device than the S7 and the S7 Edge. The S Pen support alone adds a load more functionality, and you’ve got the extra iris scanner to consider. But it’s also a more bulky device. The increased screen size means the Note 7 isn’t the slickest-looking thing around, the Trusted Reviews writes comparing the Note 7 with S7.

Overall, then, you can’t really go wrong with any of these Samsung handsets. The Note 7 and the S7 should be identical in terms of performance, offering the fastest and most advanced user experience you can currently get in a smartphone, the Trusted explains.

Which one you choose will be down to which design you prefer, whether you need a stylus, and whether you mind carrying the extra weight around. As such, there’s no clear winner here. In terms of features, the Note 7 clinches it. In terms of portability and affordability, it’s the S7. We’ll have more once we get our hands on the Note 7 for a full review.

Related Links:

The Verge: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 arrives August 19th with curved display, iris scanner

C|Net: Curvy Samsung Galaxy Note 7 takes giant-screen Android phones to the next level


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