The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has hit stores. I found some of the most coolest and most informative news articles to help you get your knowledge up on the next Biggest phablet. Here are 3 of the top stories you should see before you buy the Note 7: 1. The war continues! What's at stake?? Phablet dominance… That's what! The good people over at Digital Trends did a great job of putting together a comprehensive guide comparing the new Note 7 to the iPhone 6S Plus. What side are you on? I'm an Android myself but lately I've been considering switching sides. Samsung's latest phablet is here. The Galaxy Note 7 adds an iris scanner, USB Type-C, and more to its list of features. Let's see how it stacks up against Apple's largest smartphone - the iPhone 6S Plus. Read the full Digital Trends article here: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs. iPhone 6S Plus 2. If you're like me, then you drop your phone a lot. I finally came to my senses and decided to invest in a case. I got tired of getting my phone screen fixed or having my face scratched because I was too lazy to get it fixed. I'm not a bulky phone case kinda guy so it had to fit my needs. Check out Android Central's article below to find the right case for you new Samsung Galaxy Note 7. What is the best case for your Galaxy Note 7? Whether you have already placed your pre-order, or know that you will be picking one up in the near future, odds are that you want some sort of case to put on your Galaxy Note 7. It could be a clear option to show off the color you picked, or a protective one to keep it safe at work - there are a number of options already available. Click here to read the full Android Central article: Best cases you can buy today for Galaxy Note 7 3. Sorry Techies!! The Note 7 is not running Nougat but i'm sure it'll update it later. It's running Marshmallow, which is not a bad operating system at all. The Note 7 runs Android 6.0.1 out of the box - which, for the time being, is still the latest stable version of the OS. But even without Nougat, Note owners aren't missing out on that much. The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 lands at a precarious time on the Android calendar. We're just reaching the end of the Marshmallow era, with final Android 7.0 Nougat code likely to be released in a matter of weeks. By the time the Note 7 hits store shelves in some countries, it could already be running an “old” version of the OS. Read Android Central's full article on the OS here: Galaxy Note 7 ships with Marshmallow, not Nougat – but maybe that's not a huge deal The Twitterspere Check out what Pocketnow had to say on Twitter… The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 may not improve much on paper, but the new features go very far https://t.co/svFelcNlCKpic.twitter.com/ZrXSWmojlU - Pocketnow (@Pocketnow) August 3, 2016 Yahoo posted an article on Twitter… 5 reasons why the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is the big, beautiful phone you should buy – Yahoo … https://t.co/tUj20ztxUg#GalaxyS6EdgePlus - Samsung Galaxy S7 (@My_Galaxy_S7) August 4, 2016 Check out Samsung's official introduction video…
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