For those of you who want to keep enjoying the Galaxy Note 7 but failed to because Samsung has recalled them, you can still enjoy every software feature of the Galaxy Note 7 by converting a Note 5 into Galaxy Note 7 by installing a custom ROM. I know many people still want to keep using a 5.7-inch Samsung device and the Galaxy Note 5 is still a great candidate with an S-Pen and camera that still beats many of new smartphones that came out this year. Best of all, you will be able to enjoy all Note 7’s S-Pen features including animated GIFs using Smart Select, off-screen memos, and even full Note 7 camera app (everything works except panorama). And yes, even AOD(Always-On-Display) works!
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In this video, we try to simulate a real Galaxy Note 7 explosion test, does it really blow up? Find out!
Does the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 actually BLOW UP? Has anyone actually seen a video of Note 7 BLOWING UP?
(Above is my Note 7 fully charged to 100% and with green icon, this is an ORIGINAL Note 7, not the second edition.)
Here’s an extreme test of Galaxy Note 7’s IP68 waterproof design, we put the phone in 100+ degree of hot spa water for an HOUR! Will it blow up?
It’s been almost 5 years since I broke the screen on my Galaxy S3. Ever since then, I have used a case on all of my smartphones and have never cracked the screen. Well, a few weeks back I forgot to put the case back on while using my Honor 8 and dropped it. Even though it was a very small 6-inch drop, it fell face down into one of stones in my backyard, causing the screen to crack.
In our latest underwater test, we took the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 through various underwater tests including unlocking phone, using IRIS underwater, browsing the web, typing underwater, watching YouTube videos under water, playing games, recording videos underwater, taking selfies underwater, and using different apps underwater. The result was pretty amazing.
For those of you who want to root your Samsung Galaxy Note 7, currently you can root Exynos-based models of Galaxy Note 7 including the SM-N930F, SM-N930FD, and Korean SM-N930K/S/L. U.S. models based on Qualcomm are not yet supported such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, or Verizon as they have locked bootloaders. If you absolutely want root on your Note 7 and you have AT&T, T-Mobile, or any other GSM carrier in the U.S., you can grab the SM-N930F or SM-N930FD model, which work flawless on GSM networks like AT&T or T-Mobile. (You can grab SM-N930FD on eBay for around $699 also much cheaper.)
If you want to protect your brand, new Galaxy Note 7, you may want to consider getting a nice case for it. VRS Design sent us some cases and here’s a quick look.
Samsung has released their latest Galaxy Note 7 phablet smartphone officially as of today and we got to unbox it. This is their latest flagship device that many Note owners have been waiting for. With many new features added over previous Note 5 like IP68 water-proof rating, faster processor, IRIS scanner, and bigger battery, the Note 7 is ultimate smartphone for large phone lovers.
For those of you who need the best and latest language translation tool while using your smartphone, you may benefit from getting the all-new Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Or also you can install a custom ROM on your older Note smartphones to get the same feature.
If you live in the U.S. and you are planning to buy the Galaxy Note 7, you may want to learn that you can easily save up to $270 on the brand, new Galaxy Note 7, which retails for $849.99, you will end up paying only $580 for this new smartphone!
Although Samsung Galaxy Note 7 official announcement is just 2 days away, we were able to try out all of the new software features of Note 7 using a ported ROM for our Galaxy S6.