Smart phones are among the most ubiquitous pieces of technology throughout the developed world. Now that the majority of adults in North America and Europe have access to these hand-held computers, manufacturers are ramping up their design game to deliver cutting edge features. Samsung has stepped up to the plate with their new Galaxy 7 phone, implementing new designs and technology to give the device a futuristic feel that appeals to technology lovers everywhere.
One of the biggest shifts is the addition of USB Type-C ports, which promises to be a new standard as mobile development moves forward. The Galaxy 7 also comes with an iris scanner, so users can quickly access their phone’s secure functions without typing in a password. The new model includes 64 gigabytes of hard disk storage, putting it on par with a small desktop hard drive, as well as a slot for microSD cards.
The Galaxy Note 7 is also made with a water-resistant exterior to reduce damage from exposure to water and moist environments, although users are still cautioned against submerging their phones. Samsung also revealed that their new device has a 5.7 inch Edge display that curves at the edges to maximize available space. Samsung customers and smart phone enthusiasts can learn more about the Galaxy 7’s features and specifications by reading a recent article on the Sam Mobile website.