1. beurnii's Avatar
    I bought a S7 edge and haven't use it yet. I could sell it for around 800$.
    I saw the note 7 and I'm really exited about this phone. I like my phone full of feature, such as the note 7, when compared to the note 7, the s7 edge feel almost boring.
    However, the note 7 start at 1050$ + tx.

    Do you think I should spend the 300$ more to get a note 7?
    08-10-2016 11:56 PM
  2. dpham00's Avatar
    Just depends on your needs...
    08-11-2016 12:09 AM
  3. seafoodlover88's Avatar
    I bought a S7 edge and haven't use it yet. I could sell it for around 800$.
    I saw the note 7 and I'm really exited about this phone. I like my phone full of feature, such as the note 7, when compared to the note 7, the s7 edge feel almost boring.
    However, the note 7 start at 1050$ + tx.

    Do you think I should spend the 300$ more to get a note 7?
    It has the same spec and the only difference I see is the Iris scanner, USB C, S-pen, HDR, and the cool color blue. I think you should spend the extra $300 because I feel you might regret it if you end up liking the S-pen. So the question is the S-Pen worth the extra $300. Also the Note 7 look better than the S7E.
    08-11-2016 12:17 AM
  4. beurnii's Avatar
    Ya thx you all.

    If I got to the note 7, i got a Gear Fit2 too, which I can sell for something like 200$. That would be a great deal.
    08-11-2016 11:27 AM
  5. dsignori's Avatar
    ..So the question is the S-Pen worth the extra $300....
    Not exactly.

    Compared to the S7E, the Note 7 has:
    - 64GB base storage
    - Improved display in every area according to DisplayMate
    - Awesome new power saving modes with customizable Display resolutions (can take it down to 1080 or 720p, can lower CPU usage, etc)
    - Improved S-Pen goodness (Improved screen-off memos, Glance PiP, auto-GIFs, etc)
    - Dual auto-brightness sensors
    - Bigger Screen
    - Updated Camera software
    - Iris Scanner (if you care, I don't)
    - USB-C
    - Gorilla Glass 5
    - MIMO 4 x 4 potentially
    - Secure Folders
    - Improved Always on Display with 3rd Party notifications
    - Freebies at purchase, like a 256gb sd card or Gear Fit 2
    08-11-2016 12:30 PM
  6. seafoodlover88's Avatar
    Not exactly.

    Compared to the S7E, the Note 7 has:
    - 64GB base storage
    - Improved display in every area according to DisplayMate
    - Awesome new power saving modes with customizable Display resolutions (can take it down to 1080 or 720p, can lower CPU usage, etc)
    - Improved S-Pen goodness (Improved screen-off memos, Glance PiP, auto-GIFs, etc)
    - Dual auto-brightness sensors
    - Bigger Screen
    - Updated Camera software
    - Iris Scanner (if you care, I don't)
    - USB-C
    - Gorilla Glass 5
    - MIMO 4 x 4 potentially
    - Secure Folders
    - Improved Always on Display with 3rd Party notifications
    - Freebies at purchase, like a 256gb sd card or Gear Fit 2
    I forgot about that extra 32 gb of storage. I'm not sure the display really matter since the S7E display was really good and even the Note 4 display was really good. I thought the power saving mode was also on the S7E? I agree the new S-Pen is amazing! I think you get the Gear Fit 2 or the SD card with the S7E purchase as well.
    08-11-2016 12:43 PM
  7. jshah500's Avatar
    Ya thx you all.

    If I got to the note 7, i got a Gear Fit2 too, which I can sell for something like 200$. That would be a great deal.
    It retails for around $150 so don't expect $200.
    08-11-2016 01:55 PM
  8. dsignori's Avatar
    I forgot about that extra 32 gb of storage. I'm not sure the display really matter since the S7E display was really good and even the Note 4 display was really good. I thought the power saving mode was also on the S7E? I agree the new S-Pen is amazing! I think you get the Gear Fit 2 or the SD card with the S7E purchase as well.

    Yeah, the Displaymate article was effusive in their praise and noted many improvements over the S line: An excerpt:

    The Galaxy Note7 matches or breaks new Smartphone display performance records for:

    · Widest Color Gamuts for Current Content (DCI-P3 for Digital Cinema and Adobe RGB for Digital Photos)

    · Highest Peak Brightness (1,048 nits)

    · Highest Contrast Rating in Ambient Light (228)

    · Highest Screen Resolution (2560x1440)

    · Highest (infinite) Contrast Ratio

    · Lowest Screen Reflectance (4.6 percent)

    · Smallest Brightness Variation with Viewing Angle (21 percent)

    · Almost every display lab test and measurement shows some improvements compared to the Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy S7.

    The Best Smartphone Display
    The Galaxy Note7 delivers uniformly consistent all around Top Tier display performance and receives All Green (Very Good to Excellent) Ratings in all test and measurement categories (except for a single Yellow in Brightness Variation with Average Picture Level that applies to all OLED displays). See the main Display Shoot-Out Comparison Table for all of the measurements and details. So the Galaxy Note7 becomes the Best Performing Smartphone Display that we have ever tested.
    08-11-2016 02:32 PM
  9. beurnii's Avatar
    It retails for around $150 so don't expect $200.
    Im in canada, i think 200 CAD$ can be doable
    08-11-2016 04:42 PM

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