Galaxy Note 7 – The new Galaxy Note 7 has a 5.7 inch HD Super AMOLED. It can play HDR video, thanks to super bright colors and deep blacks. Among the novelties of the new Note 7, there is the protection of your privacy and security. With Note 7 iris recognition begins. A biometric authentication system very safe.
Another novelty is the S Pen. It lets you take notes using your smartphone into standby mode by writing directly on the screen with the Always on Memo mode. You can also create the GIFs. Then, you can share them with friends. While the new Air Command zooms into a text and translate a word in the language of your choice by a simple S Pen movement. The S Pen is a bit smaller (0.7 mm). It enables a user experience like that of an ordinary pen used on a piece of paper. Finally, the Galaxy Note 7 is waterproof, according to IP68. You can also use this telephone with wet screen.
In terms of aesthetics and design, the Galaxy Notes 7 redefines the Galaxy S7 with the curvature on both sides. Called dual-edge. The Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protects the glass. It has a rear camera Dual Pixel technology with 12 megapixels. The front camera has 5 megapixels. A 2.3 GHz octa-core processor video, with 4 GB Ram LPDDR4, allows the speed of running apps and video.
Galaxy Note 7: How works the S Bike Mode
Above you see the function S Bike according to the model J3. There is also the new mode S Bike, “Sport Bike”, for the Galaxy Note 7. This mode shows only the most important notifications and ignores the others. The mode S bike, once activated, through an automatic voicemail, alerts you when a call arrives. But you cannot take calls. Bikers can stop and take those emergency calls. Thanks to NFC hardware, users can tap gently on tags to toggle the mode S bike. Bikers also have the ability to use the quick Panel. To activate or deactivate the function. Instead, the movement block ensures that if the user decides to take the incoming call urgently, the bike can stop. Your phone does not allow incoming call to get answers during the locking mode of movement.