5 Best Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Replacements
To all victims of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 brouhaha, accept my sympathetic smiles. The recent safety concerns and explosive nature of Samsung’s high-end phablet has seen the device halted from circulation, and thrown into the pit of no return. Nevertheless, if you are one of those affected and you are worried about what phone to go for next
Here are the 5 best Samsung Galaxy Note 7 replacements to consider.
In the race to outsell Apple by releasing the Galaxy Note 7 early (and even opting for the figure 7 instead of 6), Samsung has lost that battle and Apple has the last laugh. Thus the idea of switching from Android to iOS shouldn’t be far fetched.
The water-resistant iPhone 7 Plus is absolutely one of the best big smartphone (phablet) available in the market and the number good fit for those who wants a high-end phablet, although there is no Stylus Pen in sight.
Google’s new Pixel phones could not have arrived at a better time. The Google Pixel XL with its 5.5-inch QHD display, 4GB RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor and 3450mAh battery, is another good fit to replace the out of commissioned Galaxy Note 7.
Lenovo-backed Motorola’s new high-end smartphones – the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, are also in contention to repalce the Note 7. Both devices standout not only with their top shelf specs but also the modular accessories called the Moto Mods, available with it.
Even without it arrival yet, the premium smartphone, the successor to the LG V10, is the first smartphone to run Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box and also the first to support the new search mode featured in the Google app. The LG V20 has a lot of exciting camera and audio features, making it a great replacement for the Note 7.
For those who would rather go for affordable or ‘value for money’ high-end smartphone. The OnePlus 3 is like the perfect answer compared to other high-end rivals. It comes easy to use, well-built and the price tag ($399) despite the high-end specs makes the decision a complete ‘no brainer’.
The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are the official replacements for the Galaxy Note 7. Although a bit smaller and without the S Pen, Samsung is enticing users to switch to these devices with freebies. The 6.44-inch Xiaomi Mi Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 5 are two other capable options to explore.