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Can Samsung Note 5 Take The Fizz Out Of The Rumored iPhone 7?

Two of the biggest tech organizations in the market today have been fiercely competitive ever since the era of Smartphones came into existence. Both their flagship devices- the Galaxy Note 5 and the iPhone 7 Plus have not been launched as yet. But based on the speculations and rumors that have been emanating from sources abound, a preliminary analysis would tip the scales in favor of the Galaxy Note 5 over the iPhone 7 Plus.

Going by the amount of effort Apple is investing the iPhone 7, they clearly look like they have a plan. Meanwhile, Samsung, the Korean Giant is also expected to release the Galaxy Note 5 by the end of the year, marking a significant advancement in the field of Smartphone technology. The concept designs uploaded on give you a brief insight about the transformational nature of this game-changing Smartphone.

Conan Pierce, the Vice President of Samsung UK’s IT and Mobile Division has been sending out feelers across the market which point towards the Galaxy Note 5 being a revolutionary upgrade to the Galaxy Note 4, with double the efforts, resources and technical expertise being invested behind the Smartphone.  The Galaxy Note 5 has already made headlines, months before its release as it is set to become the first Smartphone in the world to sport a 4K screen. Reports have also suggested that it will be the first Smartphone to have a 4GB RAM Variant and an advanced 4G LTE Modem.

The Korean Tech firm has plans of introducing a new Ultra HD 3840×2160 pixel technology to their upcoming mobile devices. Furthermore, analyzing the presentation slides of Samsung’s Analyst Days Project, the upcoming flagship Galaxy Note 5 would be launched in two variants- The dual edged 5.78 version and the bigger 5.89 version which is set to have a standard flat screen display.

In terms of specifications, the Galaxy Note 5 clearly emerges as a favored option since the iPhone has only a 1GB of RAM. Furthermore, the Note 5 is going to be bigger than the iPhone 7 as it is expected that the Note 5 could have a 5.9 inches screen in comparison to the 5.3 inch screen that Apple is likely to offer with iPhone 7. The Galaxy Note 5 would contain the Android Lollipop which is why the phablet shall consist of Samsung’s own apps along with a combination of other Google services and applications. It’s difficult to imagine that the Galaxy Note 5 would be left behind in the software department. The Note 5, in terms of its USP is loaded with high-end security features such as efficient fingerprint scanner and a built-in Knox security solution lending its users greater protection, which has been a recurrent problem with Apple.

The onset of 2015 saw many critics predicting the ultimate demise of Samsung. But, with its flagship devices-the S6 and the S6 Edge, the Korean giants have reestablished their dominance in the industry which is expected to consolidate once the Galaxy Note 5 releases along with the iPhone 7 later this year.

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