Here’s what to expect from the Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Samsung isn’t making a Galaxy Note 6. A couple of months ago, that statement would have sent Note fans into a frenzy. But we all know of the company’s plans to skip directly to the Galaxy Note 7 for its next Note flagship, a move we wholeheartedly support. It’s not just the fact that calling it the Note 7 will “unify” Samsung’s portfolio and minimize consumer confusion over what the latest and greatest is in the company’s lineup – the Galaxy Note 7 will be bringing in quite a few changes to the S Pen-toting series that we could consider reasons enough for Samsung to skip the Galaxy Note 6 moniker.

The biggest reason? Well, Samsung’s decision to launch, for the first time since 2014, only a single flagship, and also to bring its dual-edge curved display to the Galaxy Note lineup. We have seen three Galaxy S Edge variants since the beginning of 2015, and Samsung apparently believes the technology has advanced enough to make the Edge model of the Note 7 the only one that will be made available to consumers. We still don’t think the dual-edge display is as useful as one would want it, but visually, it is surely going to make the Note 7 a force to reckon with in the smartphone market (and give tough competition to the iPhone 7 that will launch a month later).

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