Way back in January of this year, Samsung officially confirmed that the Gear S2, the company’s recently launched wearable, would support the iPhone at some point in the future.
Samsung’s latest flagship device, the Galaxy Note 7, is all set to hit the retail stores in the United States in a couple of days from now. The company pushed forward the launch of the Note 7 and even tweaked its naming scheme slightly to better take on Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 Plus.
Earlier this week, a report from DisplayMate put the Galaxy Note7, Samsung’s latest flagship phablet, through its rigorous testing process.
Apple isn’t a stranger when it comes to rewards from DisplayMate, the folks who put together in-depth reports and tests for smartphone and tablet displays, as far as LCD displays are concerned.
While unveiling its latest flagship Galaxy Note handset at an event in New York, Samsung took potshots at Apple. Aimed to fight against the upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus from Apple, the Galaxy Note 7 features an IP68 water-resistant rating, a 5.7-inch curved Super AMOLED display, and a 3500mAh battery.
Samsung is already one of the leaders when it comes to OLED panels, thanks to a long line of devices that use the technology in smartphones from varying manufacturers.
One of Apple’s many strengths is its marketing, and that’s never been more obvious than with its “Shot on iPhone” ad campaign, which has been going strong for a while now.