A Brief Overview of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7
Despite amazing reviews, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has experienced some turbulence since its release. Click here to get an overview of Samsung’s latest product.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 exploded in popularity upon its release. Literally. In mid-September, Samsung recalled the device because the battery cells were combusting and exploding in customers’ pockets. Samsung will reimburse all users with money or a new, unaffected Note 7 if they trade in their phones beginning on September 21.
Despite this daunting flaw in the device, there are several pros that are worth noting. First of all, while it has been proven that the phone isn’t fireproof, it is water resistant and won’t short circuit if exposed to liquids. Moreover, the phone is a thing of beauty. It contains a sleek wraparound glass and a stylish stylist called the “S pen” that comes attached to the phone.
Moreover, the storage has increased 2x from the Edge. While the Edge only contains 32GB of storage space, the Note 7 has 64GB. There is also an ocular iris scanner that is used to unlock your phone. This is a much more efficacious security system, as the PIN number you usually use is susceptible to hacking. There is also a fingerprint scanner if you wish to use your finger in lieu of your eye to unlock your device. Lastly, Samsung flaunts the long lasting battery life that comes with the Note 7.
Unfortunately, there are also some cons to the device that are important to assess — other than catching on fire. First of all, the price tag alone is enough to turn away a good number of customers. Some of the versions of the phone exceed $900! Plus, the iris scanner has been reported as faulty. Several Note users complained about the complexity of this new technology, and they much prefer the simplicity of the PIN number.
Now that I’ve got my phone, how can I make it run at optimal speed?
Download the PSafe Total app. This application contains a variety of tools that will ensure your device is running at its best potential.
For example, The App Manager removes applications that you do not want to keep on your device. It uninstalls the application with just one click and allows you to make a backup.
Moreover, The Game Booster allows for a better experience with device gaming. With this tool, you can allow PSafe Total to optimize your downloaded games whenever you start playing.
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