In addition to the internal memory with large capacity and external memory card, users can put data on the Galaxy Note 7 into the “cloud” with Samsung’s own service.
At the promotion event, Samsung has been launched the new phablet with only 64GB of memory. However, similar to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, the Galaxy Note 7 supports memory cards up to 256 GB. In addition, the Korean manufacturer has also introduced its own cloud storage service called Samsung Cloud.
An offer of 15 GB of online storage space shall be made as Galaxy Note 7 is offered. Samsung Cloud is an extension of the Smart Switch feature, facilitating users to convert data between Samsung devices. Accordingly, the information of applications, files, games or settings … will often be automatically stored on the “cloud”.
Samsung Cloud is not made to compete with other online storage services like Dropbox or Google Drive … This feature operates similar to iCloud on iPhone, iPad MacBook, but Apple devices has only free 5 GB backup and charge extra fees with additional need.
The manufacturer shows Samsung Cloud is available and stipulated as per market. There is no information on the carrier for additional capacity.
New functions on Galaxy Note 7
Galaxy Note 7 is recognized as the most convenient GIF imaging device on a smartphone. With the S Pen, users can record the information displayed on the smartphone screen, and then convert it into a GIF animation.
Moreover, users can adjust each photo frame and save the file with low or high quality on demand. This feature is subject to copyright law, so it will not operate with protected content or movie store on Google Play Movie.
Touch pen on Galaxy Note 7 improves with fast translation feature. Users can activate this feature via Air Command menu as sliding the pen. Then you just move the S Pen to any text on the screen for the purpose of translating between 38 different languages.
Samsung has decided to raise the accuracy of screen color with equipment of the HDR Display instead of upgrading the resolution to 4K. Galaxy Note 7 is the first smartphone to support HDR Display, similar to the high-end 4K TV series in 2016.
4K is only really meaningful with virtual reality glasses, but HDR brings direct benefits to the viewer on the smartphone. It improves the display with detailed view capacity in high contrast areas, distinguishing dark areas, bright areas that the human can sense via their eye.