Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs iPhone 7: Should You Wait For Apple’s Smartphone?

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (Representational Image)

Samsung has unveiled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in New York. Its tough competitor iPhone 7 is on its way to handset market. Apple is likely to launch iPhone 7 in September as per the latest reports. Here you can compare these two versatile devices.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs iPhone 7


Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is powered by Exynos 8893 processor. However, the US customers will get to experience Qualcomm?s Snapdragon 821 processor. ?The Exynos 8893 processor is an upgraded version of the existing Exynos 8890 processor, according to International Business Times.

Intel will create processors for iPhone 7. Only those phones, which will be used on AT&T Inc.?s US network, may carry Intel?s processors. iPhones on Verizon Communications Inc.?s network will be sporting Qualcomm processor.


Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has packed a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with 1440 x 2560 pixels.

iPhone 7 will feature ?a 5.8-inch AMOLED display. A leaked image has shown an edge to edge screen.


Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is featuring a 12-megapixel image sensor equipped with Dual-Pixel technology ?and faster autofocus. ?To click better pictures in low light the phone has packed an F1.7 lens.

iPhone 7 is packing dual camera features.

?Dual-camera to become a must-have feature for a high-end smartphone. The initial market response to Huawei?s (CN) new flagship dual-camera model, P9, has been better than expected, and we estimate shipments may reach 10mn units in 2016F,? well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo mentioned in his note to investors.


Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be available for $849.99 in the US. In Australia and UK, the same phone will cost $1,349 and ?749, respectively.

iPhone 7 32GB variant will have the price tag $802 whereas the 64GB model is expected to cost $924. The 128GB and 256GB variant will be cost $1045 and $1197, respectively.


Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has packed a 3500mAh powerful battery. iPhone 7 will have a 3200mAh battery. As per the rumor, Apple is working on the wireless charging technology.

The BitBag readers, will you wait for iPhone 7? Or planning to buy Samsung Galaxy Note 7? Share your comments below.

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