Samsung Galaxy Note FE (Fan Edition) Reviews (81%)

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Reviews (91%)

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Reviews (91%) 1
91% Aggregate Rating From Professional Review Outlets.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7

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By Expert Reviews on 100

The Note 7 has a mammoth battery, blistering speed and excellent screen, but Samsung’s now ceased…

By Neowin on 90

The Note7 is an interesting handset that has managed to excite most reviewers and a lot of consumers, and there are very good reasons for this. The Note7 seems to be able to deliver on all points by bringing a robust feature set and mating it with an…

By tabletpcreview.com on 89

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 boasts a beautiful screen, a useful stylus, and an excellent camera. It functions quite well as a phone, albeit a hefty one. It is also one of the best phablets on the market, especially for those who want to be able to easily…

By NotebookCheck on 91

Samsung offers another great smartphone with the Galaxy Note 7, which does not have a real competitor in its class. No other smartphone offers a comparatively powerful tool like the S-Pen, which has been consequently improved by the manufacturer and is…

By dailystar.co.uk on 100

There’s no doubting that Samsung has a winner on its hands with the Galaxy Note 7.It looks stunning, has a screen that makes even the blandest content look brilliant and continues Samsung’s tradition of great photography.The S Pen has also received some…

By theguardian.com on 100

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is, without doubt, the best phablet going. It’s powerful, full of useful features and little in the way of gimmicks, and provides productivity tools others simply don’t.The S Pen is something you may not use all the time, but…

By PC Advisor on 90

The Note 7 is another very impressive smartphone from Samsung bringing the design and curved screen from the S7 edge and adding features such as waterproofing and improvements to the S Pen stylus. It’s not all rosy though as the price is sky high, the…

By GSMArena on 96

The Samsung Galaxy Note7 is the facelift you’ve been waiting for – it’s a Galaxy S7, but with the rough edges sanded down, new ideas implemented. Not just that, it’s the premium version too, adding features that the Galaxy S line will not see until the…

By phandroid.com on 94

The Galaxy Note 7 is the best Note ever made. It has everything you could ever want in a phone and more, but you have to pay for it. If the S Pen isn’t a killer feature for you, the Galaxy S7 Edge is the better…

By Wired UK on 90

Samsung Note 7 and Gear VR The Galaxy Note 7 does what so, so many large-screen phones have tried to do before it, but it’s the first one to truly achieve it: it’s made large phones beautiful. ADVERTISEMENT In doing so, Samsung has shed the…

By TrustedReviews on 90

Fantastic in pretty much every way, but all that tech comes at a steep price.

By Recombu on 100

The Note 7 is an ideal companion for on-the-move artists and business users, thanks to the brilliant S Pen, enhanced security and some solid, dependable performance. It’s also a great way to kick back and relax with a gorgeous screen that was made for…

By hardwarezone.com.my on 90

The entire Note7 experience hinges on the S Pen. That’s not news to Samsung, but while some of the Note7’s predecessors have had the benefit of more powerful specs than their S series counterparts, the Note7 is virtually identical hardware-wise. Even in…

By bit.com.au on 83

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is a brilliant smartphone that you wouldn’t expect to come cheap – and, at $1,349 outright, it doesn’t.That’s $100 more expensive than the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge – but with the stylus, 0.2in extra screen real estate, iris…

By VR-Zone on 86

The Note 7 is a true flagship. Is it as good or even better than the S7? I wouldn’t make a quick judgement on this, but one thing I can tell you for sure, is that the design of the Note 7 is way cooler than the S7.Power and performance wise, they are…

By Alphr on 100

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was always going to be a brilliant smartphone, but just how good is it? Well, it’s £100 more expensive than the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (SIM free price) – and that gets you the stylus, 0.2in extra screen real estate, iris…

By techguide.com.au on 100

The Galaxy Note7 is the best smartphone Samsung has ever produced. It has an impressive range of useful features that will make it an indispensable tool for work and play. If you want some serious computing power in your pocket, a gorgeous screen to…

By Ausdroid on 86

By now there should be little confusion as to if I thought the Note 7 was a great device or not. From the overall design, to the mastery of glass engineering to the thoughtful and well-executed redesign of the software everything Samsung has put forward…

By Pocketnow on 95

We’re not sure if you’ve noticed, but this is not only one of our longest reviews in both text in video. The Galaxy Note 7 is also the phone that we’ve dedicated the most amount of feature coverage  — and there’s a reason for that. This is not just…

By Mashable on 95

The Galaxy Note7 combines the best of Samsung’s flagship phones into one super phone.

By PCMag on 90

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is the most attractive and powerful phablet you can buy, but it’s also the most expensive.

By CyberShark on 90

It shouldn’t come as any surprise that the Note 7 is a good phone.With the S7 and S7 Edge, Samsung made smartphones that people wanted. They’re pretty, they’ve got a great camera, they’re water resistance, they’ve got expandable storage, and they’ve…

By greenbot.com on 90

The Galaxy Note 7 is the ultimate productivity machine that fits in your…

By Good Gear Guide on 60

At $1349 we expect perfection and this isn’t it. The lack of bezel means input mistakes are a constant bugbear. But the screen is good and the Iris scanner interesting. There’s better value to be had everywhere else,…

By Tom’s Guide on 90

If you want a phone with a big screen, the Galaxy Note 7 should be at the top of your list. It offers a gorgeous 5.7-inch display in a striking rounded design that’s a pleasure to hold, plus a best-in-class camera, water resistance and very long battery…

By Phone Arena on 87

The Galaxy Note 7 is an almost incomprehensibly versatile smartphone. It can do so much right out of the box! However, the large screen, the seemingly endless functionality, and all of that S Pen goodness are obviously… not for everybody. So who is it…

By Gizmodo on 90

There’s no doubt about it, as usual — the $1349 Samsung Galaxy Note7 is the best phone that Samsung has ever made, again. It has the most refined design, adds an interesting new feature in the iris scanner, doubles down on the company’s continued…

By The Verge on 93

More times than not, the Verge score is based on the average of the subscores below. However, since this is a non-weighted average, we reserve the right to tweak the overall score if we feel it doesn’t reflect our overall assessment and price of the…

By reviewed.com on 100

Perhaps the best thing I can say about the Galaxy Note 7 is that it’s just a really fun and easy phone to use. Between doodling in Samsung Notes, making animated GIFs out of the slo-mo videos of my friends, and never having to fret about the status of…

By eftm.com.au on 90

I said it when it was launched, the Samsung Note7 is a solid indicator to what’s happening in 2017 for Samsung, and having used it now for a little while, I think it’s a sensational device from a company that really seems to be finding their…

By T3 Magazine on 100

Even though we’ve only spent a little bit of time with it so far, the Galaxy Note 7 is a masterpiece, like the S7 Edge (our current favourite phone) on steroids. It’s a serious device for serious productivity and should only be considered if you’ll use…

By 3G UK on 90

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is big, powerful and impressive, but feels like a conservative…

By Trusted Reviews on 90

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 – Battery The 3,500 mAh – still non-removable – cell tucked inside the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has impressive stamina, but it’s not going to redefine how long a smartphone can last for. The Galaxy S7 Edge has a 100 mAh bigger…

By Ubergizmo on 100

The Galaxy Note 7 finally makes the Note family merge with the Galaxy S one. With this final touch to its high-end lineup, and unless there’s a huge surprise coming, Samsung is ready for the final run until the next Mobile World Congress, at least on…

By MobileTechReview on 90

It’s rare that I review a phone that ticks all the boxes. We’re not all the same, and you may prefer a smaller phone or a less expensive phone–goodness knows this is pricey pocket computer! But for my money, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 does everything I…

By IT PRO on 100

Samsung’s latest phablet has top-flight performance and battery life, with heaps of productivity features – and it’s all squeezed into a sleek, attractive package that’s as comfortable in the hand as anything we’ve…

By HotHardware on 90

Performance-wise, the Note 7 may still be a work in progress, but if top-shelf build quality, a large killer display, great camera performance and adept stylus functionality are important to you, the Galaxy Note 7 delivers on all the high points. It’s definitely pricey at $850 unlocked, but it’s a truly great device.

By Engadget on 92

Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 7 is a fantastic smartphone that melds first-rate performance with a comfortable, water-resistant design. Need more? The phone manages to tick just about every other box on our list: The screen’s great, as is the battery,…

By hitechcentury.com on 90

While official news sites have indicated that Samsung were banking on the Note7 being a hit and even pre-manufacturing over 4 million phones to be ready for sale in the days following its 19 August launch, it seems that actual consumer demand has…

By Phone Scoop on 100

Editor’s Note: In light of the safety issues plaguing the Note7, Phone Scoop strongly suggests consumers avoid purchasing this handset. A small percentage of Note7s have defective batteries that may ignite, burn, and catch fire. Some have caught fire on…

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