The next best thing: what you can expect to keep (and give up) in the Galaxy Note 7 to Galaxy S7 transition

I wrote a column some time ago on the Galaxy S7 edge and Galaxy Note 7 being more alike than ever, a column that was designed to challenge Note faithful on how they perceive the Galaxy S series in general. Sure, the Galaxy Note 7 has an S Pen that you won’t find in the Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge, but there is a lot of carryover inspiration between the two devices that will help in this time of crisis and despair for Note 7 users who’d do anything to hang onto what some believe to be the best smartphone in world smartphone history.

But, it is in times like these that the carryover inspiration that many a Note fan has despised turns out to be a blessing in disguise. The reason comes down to the fact that the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge will provide a familiar experience that won’t require so much adjustment to something “new” (the S7 and S7 edge are 7 months old now as of Tuesday, October 11th) now that the Galaxy Note 7 has been officially recalled.

I’m getting ahead of myself though. There’s some significant ground to cover, so let’s get right to it.

The “Galaxy” continues: the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge and what they have in common with the Galaxy Note 7

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