Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Last updated: Aug 19th, 2016.

The Galaxy Note 7 is the successor to the Note 5 (Samsung skipped the Note 6). It brings a dual edge screen to the Note series for the first time. The Note 7 combines the features of the Galaxy S7 Edge and the Note 5 to create a powerful and feature-packed device.

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Best Galaxy Note 7 cases, chargers, and accessories

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is a great device that has been marred by an unfortunate hardware defect. Once you return your explodey Note 7 for a safe model, you’ll want to deck it out with great accessories.

How to backup your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to the cloud before returning it

With all the noise about Samsung Galaxy Note 7 batteries exploding, causing house fires, blowing up jeeps, and what have you, no one would blame you for wanting to perform an about face and return your Samsung Galaxy Note 7. And you absolutely should do that — but make sure you back everything up first. Here’s how you can do just that.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Review

Last year, many considered the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to be a disappointment. It wasn’t a clear upgrade from the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. This year, Samsung isn’t taking any chances. They’ve thrown everything but the kitchen sink into the Note. Does a list of features longer than some books make for a great device?

60+ Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Tips & Tricks

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is one of the biggest, fastest, and most feature-packed phones on the market. Samsung has thrown everything but the kitchen sink into this phone. That means there’s a lot to wrap your head around to get the most out of this device.

17 things every Samsung Galaxy Note 7 owner should do

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is looking like the best phone Samsung has ever made. It’s big, beautiful, and chock full of features. Setting one up for the first time can be overwhelming. We’ve got 17 things you should do first.

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Samsung will offer discounts on the Galaxy S8 for Galaxy Note 7 owners

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle is finally starting to fade into the background, but Samsung isn’t out of the woods yet. It will be important for Samsung to get Note 7 owners to finally ditch their devices and to retail the other customers. We’re already hearing about plans to do just that.

RIP Galaxy Note? Samsung might revert to one flagship per year

Samsung has released 2 flagship smartphones per year (not counting the multiple Galaxy S variants) since 2011 when the first Galaxy Note was released, but that strategy could be put on retirement by Samsung. It’s being reported that the company is looking into plans to reduce their flagship portfolio to one per year.

Samsung is setting up shop inside US airports for Galaxy Note 7 exchanges

Samsung seems to be getting more progressive about helping inform folks to make sure they don’t incur the wrath of the US government. It’s being reported that Samsung reps are heading to major US airports to help Galaxy Note 7 customers exchange their device or get a refund before getting on a flight.