Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. Apple iPhone 7 Plus review: Which is better?

By now you’ve probably heard the story of how the Samsung Galaxy SE5 ended up on the chopping block and a replacement, the iPhone 7, was eventually introduced, which resulted in the Galaxy S7, and the Galaxy Note 7.

That’s why we’re looking at this issue with a pair of Samsung Galaxy Note7s. 

The Galaxy Note series is, in the eyes of many, a great example of the sort of flagship Samsung makes that will make you feel like you have a smartphone you can spend hundreds of dollars on.

It’s no secret that, at the time of writing, Samsung has a number of high-end devices on its hands, from the Note 8 and S8+ to the Galaxy A7 and A9.

All of these are solid handsets, and while we haven’t been able to spend much time with them, the Galaxy J7 and J7 Plus have proved to be more than a few pleasant surprises.

In fact, Samsung’s Galaxy J5 and J5 Plus were our most recent Galaxy Note8 and Note9 handsets.

So we decided to take a look at the Samsung’s best and worst Galaxy Note smartphones and compare them to their new counterparts.

The result is a very interesting read, and we’ll be looking at a variety of features and specifications, including the phone’s battery life, camera performance, and more.