Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeUpdate: Because of battery issues Samsung has ceased production of the Galaxy Note 7 and has recalled all units.If you have bought a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from the company, please stop using it and contact the customer service team on 0330 726 1000 between 9am and 6pm, Monday through to Saturday.Original review: There once was a time when the Galaxy Note series’ main novelty was its size.Now in an age where most mainstream smartphone screens measure in at over five inches, you’d be forgiven for questioning whether there’s an actual need for Samsung’s latest flagship “phablet”.Such scepticism becomes even more acute upon the realisation that the Note 7 shares almost design identical stylings with its curved screen and similar innards to Samsung’s recent Galaxy 7 Edge.Thankfully, the Note has a few unique features and refinements over its little brother that while not exactly game changing do at least separate it out from the current pack of big phones.Read MoreSamsung Galaxy Note 7 review: Hands on with the waterproof phablet you can unlock with your eyesBoasting a 5.7 display (The 7 Edge screen comes in at 5.5ins), the new Note’s defining feature now comes in the form of its S Pen stylus, which has had an update of its own.Tidily sliding into the bottom of the handset, no matter which way you put it in this time, the S Pen now has a much smaller and accurate nib, facilitated by a more sensitive screen that’s noticeably more precise when jotting notes or doodling.
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