Samsung Galaxy Note 8 vs iPhone 7 Plus
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By Admin - August 26, 2017 12:21 am   0   457   0

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and iPhone 7 More are the two most powerful and engraved phones in the world. How do they compare? Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the most powerful phone in the world. This is the best Android smartphone on the market. But what's more, Apple's flagship flagship for a new iteration in September? We can help you.

Design and Display


Even Apple fanboys will admit that note 8 is a beauty. It adopts the same overall construction as the Galaxy S8, with the "Infinity" display that runs along the sides and matching glass panels at the front and rear. The tiny bezel associated with the unique aspect ratio gives Note 8 a transparent and eye-catching look.

The iPhone 7 Plus HAS year elegant unibody metal, and we like what the Jet Black looks and feels, aim with icts wide bezel and sturdy size it is not as friendly to use as a single hand and not Also nice to watch Ace Score 8. You will find that Samsung phablet uses better space.

The display is another area where Apple can not compete. The note 8 features a super AMOLED Quad HD + (1440p) class display of 6.3 inches, cut in 521 pixels per inch. The iPhone 7 Plus has a good IPS Full HD (1080p) panel, but the resolution reaches 401ppi. It is sharp, but can not maintain sharpness. The note board 8 AMOLED also offers satin black and white colors resistant to black inky and rich in saturation. IPS is known for color accuracy, however, its note 8 that can really create images. The screen brightness, viewing angles, and overall visibility will also be better on Note 8, which supports HDR content.

Specification Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Apple IPhone 7 Plus
CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Apple A10
Dimensions 6.38 by 2.95 by 0.34 inches 6.23 by 3.07 by 0.29 inches
Weight 6.88 oz 6.63 oz
Screen Size 6.3 inches 5.5 inches
Screen Type Super AMOLED Retina
Screen Resolution 2,960 by 1,440 pixels 1,920 by 1,080 pixels
Camera Resolution Dual 12MP Rear, 8MP Front Dual 12MP Rear, 7MP Front
Wireless Specification 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth Version 5.0 4.2
microSD Slot Yes No

 

Equipment


Note 8: a Snapdragon 835 processor, 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. It also supports storable storage, allowing you to use a 256GB microSD card. Theres plenty of energy and storage for multitasking, taking pictures and videos and demanding games, if we have not yet advanced it. The Galaxy S8 uses the same processor with less RAM, with the slowdowns coming from Samsungs heavy UI layer.

The iPhone 7 Plus is powered by Apples A10 chipset; It has 2 GB of RAM and a boot configuration with 32 GB of storage. In benchmark tests, it offers some of the best overall, unique and multi-core performance weve seen. Compared to the Qualcomm chipsets found on almost every Android phone, Apple has an advantage in making sure that its software works perfectly with its hardware and that it country on a day-to-day basis. The 7 Plus offers excellent touch-screen responsiveness, fast performance and effective multitasking. You will not have a valid storage; If you want more space on your 7, you will want to choose a higher storage model (64GB, 128GB, 256GB).

The battery life is difficult to compare without further testing. Note 8 has a 3,300 mAh cell, which is between the 3000 mAh of the S8 and the 3,500 mAh of the S8 +. We were not captured by the battery life of the S8. During the tests, in which we set the screen brightness to maximum and broadcast in full screen on LTE, it lasted 5 hours, 45 minutes. The S8 + was better, spending 7 hours, 37 minutes, so we expect the score to fall well between these times. Samsung says that with regular use, note 8 should provide a full day of use. The battery on the 7 is much smaller and has a lower LCD display.

Cameras


The iPhone 7 Plus was the first big smartphone to get two rear camera sensors and the Note 8 follows the trend. It comes with a pair of 12 megapixel cameras, both with optical image stabilization. One is a telephoto lens capable of 2x optical zoom, similar to the 7 Plus. The other is a wide-angle camera that can take wider shots, similar to the LG G6.

With the 8 note, you get features such as selective focus, which allows you to change focus before and after shooting, and what is likely to be an excellent performance of the low light camera. The iPhone 7 Plus features a solid shooting game, with a pair of 12 megapixel cameras, optical zoom, OIS and 4K video recording, but the 8 note corresponds to its functionality. Currently, the Galaxy S8 is our first camera and if note 8 improves this performance, we hope to win a shootout against the iPhone 7 Plus.

Software and features


The software is the most difficult to compare. Android and iOS are fundamentally different platforms, despite a convergence on some aspects of functionality and design. Note 8 comes with Android 7.1.2 Nougat, but it is almost certain to have an update for Android 8.0 Oreo. The iPhone 7 Plus is currently running iOS 10.3.3, but will receive an update of iOS 11 in September. Both are stable and very sophisticated operating systems, but iOS has fundamental advantages in that it tends to get updates and updates from applications first, offers more reliable system updates And offers a more fluid experience as a whole.

In the case of note 8, Samsung adds its own flair with TouchWiz user interface. You get new features like application pairing - allowing you to launch two applications at the same time - always open for notifications, dashboards that give you easy access to applications, and of course the S-pen Offers the best note, hand recognition and handwriting of any available phone.

The 7 Plus is not without its strong combinations. The iOS 11 update will allow developers to create AR applications without the need for additional hardware. You also get multitasking enhancements and improvements to notifications.

But in terms of ecosystem, score 8 is the clear winner. You have the Samsung Gear VR headset for games and virtual reality content and Samsung Dex to use applications and productivity games in desktop mode, allowing you to use a device to operate and play. This is something that the iPhone 7 Plus can not match.




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