Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 – Comparison

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 - ComparisonThe Samsung Galaxy S6 was Samsung’s first flagship smartphone to feature its new super premium design. The company ended up bringing over that same design in the Galaxy Note 5, which turned out to be one of the best Android handsets of last year. Now the Galaxy S7 has come out with some improvements and it can be said that it will become one of the best android handsets of 2016. So let’s compare Samsung Galaxy S7 with Samsung Galaxy Note 5.

1) Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 – Look And Design

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 - Look And DesignBoth of these handsets look quite similar aside from the Note 5 being slightly larger. They both feature an aluminum frame with glass front and back panels. Both sets also look very beautiful and due to the curved edges on the back panels of both devices they both also feel extremely comfortable to hold in your hand.

2) Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 – Buttons And Accessibility

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 - Buttons And AccessibilityThe buttons on the S7 and Note 5 are almost in the same areas in most instances. The power button sits on the right, the volume keys to the left, and the bottom side holds the headphone jack, speaker grill and Micro USB port. Furthermore in traditional Note style, the Galaxy Note 5 also comes with an stylus that can be stowed away to the right of the speaker grill something which is not included in the S7 package, however S7 still can support a stylus use like its predecessors.

3) Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 – Displays

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 - DisplaysS7 comes with a 5.1-inch display while the Note 5 has a 5.5-inch screen. Both displays are Quad HD Super Amoled displays. Both are really bright, clear and provide nice colors, just like we’re used to seeing on a Samsung flagship. Both phones’ homke buttons are embeed in the bottom center with the finger print sensor feature. If you’re using the device for a lot of multimedia and aren’t worried about the size or bulkiness of the phone, you might want to go for the Note 5. Alternatively, the S7 provides a similar display experience while remaining small and compact.

 
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Ali Shah

Ali Shah

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