With the Galaxy Note 9 release date almost here potential buyers are trying to decide if they’re ready for an upgrade. If you’re still using an older Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge you have plenty of new phones to choose from. Great devices like the S9+ or Galaxy Note 8, and obviously Samsung’s new Note 9.
Between the Note 7 recall and a few Samsung phones all looking the same, we understand why some people are still using the S7 Edge. If so, this guide will go over everything you need to know about the Galaxy Note 9. Then, we’ll compare it to the older Galaxy S7.
The new Note 9 has two cameras on the back, a huge screen, and lots of software enhancements. And While the Galaxy S7 Edge is still a great phone, it’s starting to show signs of aging. Our slideshow below will tell you why the Note 9 is worth the upgrade.
While the Galaxy S9 and S9+ earlier this year were enticing upgrades, it’s possible there weren’t enough physical changes to make the switch. The Galaxy S7 Edge has a decent 5.5-inch curved display, a solid camera, expandable storage, and wireless charging. However, the Note 9 could be the first phone with enough to make you want a new phone.
And while the Galaxy S7 recently received the Android 8.0 Oreo update, that’s likely the last major software release for these older phones. So, soon you’ll have outdated specs and software and be missing a lot of important key software features.
Our link above goes over some cool things the Note 8 can do. Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 9 is similar, and actually received even more useful features. If you’re still on the fence we want to help you make the right decision. Here we’ll compare the older Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge to the powerful new Note 9. Additionally, we’ll explain what makes it worth buying or if you’ll be better off just getting a Galaxy S9+ instead.
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