The first Galaxy Note was a remarkable smartphone when it hit store shelves in 2011. It was the first widely-adopted mobile to offer an oversized display, the first to give the stylus a proper resurrection, and the first to prove that marketing an overpowered “phablet” to hardcore users could also pay off in the mainstream. With the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung steers the Note family even further toward those everyday users: it boasts a gorgeous design, water resistance, a streamlined S Pen experience – and it brings back the MicroSD card whose absence on the Note 5 cost Samsung some consumer goodwill. But in an age of solid $399 flagships, does the Galaxy Note 7 bring enough to justify its $850 price tag? Watch MrMobile’s Galaxy Note 7 review to find out!
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Michael Fisher’s Galaxy Note 7 review was conducted on a demo SM-N930T Galaxy Note 7 on loan from Samsung. The device was tested in Greater Boston and Cape Cod, MA on T-Mobile US over a period of six days, during which it was continuously paired with a Gear Fit 2 and intermittently paired with a Bose QC35 Bluetooth headset.
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