iPhone 7 Plus vs Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Pros And Cons Of Each Flagship [VIDEO]
The competition between Apple and Samsung continue with the iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung and Apple have seemingly cemented their spot at the top of the smartphone market. With the release of the iPhone 7 Plus and the Galaxy Note 7, competition between the two tech giants continue. Here is an in-depth look at each flagship phone and their pros and cons.
iPhone 7 Plus - Pros and Cons
The iPhone 7 Plus is Apple's halo smartphone for this year, featuring the best that the Cupertino-based tech giant can offer. It carries a lot of improvements over its predecessors, including an extremely quick A10 Fusion chip that out-punches the MacBook Air, and a powerful dual camera system that enables users to take arguably the best smartphone photos in the world right now.
This is not to say that the iPhone 7 Plus is a perfect phone, of course. The handset does have a number of flaws, including a frame that was introduced two years ago and a screen that is nowhere near as pixel-dense as the Note 7's 2K screen. The fact that it does not have a headphone jack only adds to the iPhone 7 Plus' flaws.
Galaxy Note 7 - Pros and Cons
Exploding smartphones aside, the Galaxy Note 7 is arguably one of the best Android phones in the market right now. For one, it has one of the most beautifully designed handsets of 2016, with curved edges and a sleek, compact look that somehow manages to cram a 5.7-inch screen on a frame that is noticeably smaller than the iPhone 7 Plus.
The Note 7, however, does come with a number of disadvantages as well, most of all are the product's damaged reputation, thanks to its exploding battery controversy. Apart from this, however, the Note 7's processor is also nowhere near the performance of the iPhone 7 Plus' A10 Fusion chip. If any, between the two phones, the Note 7 was the one which showed lags and sputters during tests.
iPhone 7 Plus vs Galaxy Note 7 - Conclusion
Both the iPhone 7 Plus and the Galaxy Note 7 are smartphones that are worthy to buy. They are the best in what they offer and symbolize the epitome of their mobile operating system. At the end of the day, the choice between an iPhone 7 Plus and a Galaxy Note 7 all falls down in preferences.