The Galaxy S7 Edge has a massive 3,600 mAh battery and it's one of the battery life kings in terms of flagship smartphones. That battery is bigger than the Galaxy Note 5, and bigger than the new Galaxy Note 7.
The Galaxy Note 7 has a bigger screen but a smaller 3,500 mAh battery. It's only 100 mAh, which isn't a big deal, but it is something owners need to think about. If you don't need the bigger screen or the stylus, the S7 Edge will potentially have slightly better battery life. Only by a hair though. Then again, the Note has more storage. So choose what works best for you, what you need, and get the best phone for your individual needs.
In the end though, these should get similar battery life with the Galaxy S7 Edge probably lasting a little longer, but the Note 7 recharges faster with USB Type-C.
A quick 30 minute drive will get users from 0-60% or more, and the Note 7 will fully recharge from 0-100% in 90 minutes. It has the biggest battery of any Note device, but still isn't as big as the Galaxy S7 Edge.
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