If you’re disappointed by the fact that Galaxy Note 7 does not come with a dual-camera, then your sadness is warranted. However, the original image samples released by Samsung will definitely a put a smile on your face because they appear nothing short of breathtaking. Samsung has truly improvised on camera sensor technology on its smartphones, but more importantly, the software has improved alongside it as well.
The images you see before you are captured in varied set of conditions thanks to the manual controls added to the camera of the smartphone. If you do decide to purchase a Galaxy Note 7, then you will need to read up on manual camera controls and how you can improve your photography skills as well. If you’re unable to achieve the same image quality in the samples that you see before you, then it’s only because you have to practice a little longer.
Galaxy Note 7, Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge all feature the same f/1.7 aperture, which will allow more light to enter and will blur out the background even further. With a mix of software stabilization and optical image stabilization, images and video both will appear less shaky and accurate compared to those that do not provide support for improved software stabilization and OIS.
As for the rest of the hardware, Galaxy Note 7 packs a large 3,500mAh battery and it will be available in two chipset models: a Snapdragon 820 and an Exynos 8890. There is 4GB of RAM present plus 64GB of UFS 2.0 internal storage, along with a Gorilla Glass 5 to protect the smartphone from scratches and from damaging the screen from a height of 1.6 meters.
The official release date of Galaxy Note 7 is August 19 and its rumored price tag could range in between the $850-950 range.