The hottest phablet in town is about to launch in several countries, and it really is Samsung’s best phone. The Galaxy Note 7 is better than its predecessor in every way – read our full review – and it’s one phone to consider this fall if you want a big display on your smartphone. Soon, Apple will unveil its own large new iPhone, the iPhone 7 Plus that’ll compete directly against the new Note.

Samsung is well aware of this, and the company has put its marketing campaign for the Galaxy Note 7 into high gear. Samsung released a few official hands-on videos of the Galaxy Note 7 that highlight the phone’s design, new features, as well as software tricks.

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Galaxy Note 7 unboxing

In this video, we get to take a look at the phone’s box and bundled accessories, as well as a quick look at its most important features.

Galaxy Note 7 S Pen

A short video dedicates to the S Pen tells you everything you need to know about the new stylus. We’re looking at a redesigned S Pen that’s more sensitive and should be more comfortable to hold. The stylus also comes with neat new software tricks, including translation support, or GIF-making support, and features that Samsung conceived to go along with the Always on display.

Hilariously, Samsung even makes fun of one of the S Pen problems from the Galaxy Note 5: sticking the S Pen backwards. That’s not an issue anymore Samsung says, indicating that it used to be a problem.

Galaxy Note 7 Security

One of the signature features of the Galaxy Note 7 is the iris scanner that lets you unlock the device and even sign into supported web services. On top of that, there are additional security features deployed in the Galaxy Note 7 explained in the following clip.

We’ll add more of Samsung’s official Galaxy Note 7 videos to this post as they get released. Meanwhile, don’t forget to read our take on Samsung’s superphone.

 

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.