The new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will go on sale on the 19th of August, and that’s just days away (from the time of writing). It has a bunch of new features that many will go “gaga” about. For instance, it has support for HDR streaming, which makes videos to “pop out” with more color. It also has the Vulkan API, which lets users enjoy a rich entertainment experience. The phablet can also be acquired in different color models, them being silver titanium, blue coral, black onyx, and gold platinum.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is Built for Great Mobile Entertainment
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is equipped with a Super AMOLED display, and as mentioned earlier, it now has the ability to support HDR streaming technology. Hence, it does offer users a cinema-like experience. With this support, it will bring about brighter colors and deeper blacks. Users of this new Galaxy phablet will be able to stream HDR videos in HDR10 format in which offers a color depth based on a 10-bit signal.
Another feature that you should know about that comes with the Galaxy Note 7 is the Vulkan API. This is a next-generation graphics API that is able to bring about more robust and responsive performance. Furthermore, it also delivers power efficiency towards mobile gaming. In truth, this kind of performance is not quite new as it was first introduced on the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Nevertheless, it is still a very nice functionality to have. In fact, this API is considered to be the first graphics tool that allows support for console, desktop, and mobile. What this means is that it will cut the CP workload, hence, it will reduce overall power consumption.
Moving forward, this Galaxy phablet is also compatible with the Samsung Gear VR. The VR headset is already out for pre-order, and the shipment of said the device is expected to start later this month. With it, it allows Note 7 users to make use of viewing 360-degree videos, as well as create Gear 360 content in a more comfortable manner.
And of course, what latest high-end iteration would a smartphone have if it did not have a more advanced camera technology, and lucky for many, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 allows you to take better pictures. It makes use of a Dual Pixel image sensor that already debuted on the S7 and S7 Edge. Overall, there are many things to look forward to for this new Samsung phablet.
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