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Samsung Electronics was forced to discontinue the Galaxy Note 7, originally intended to compete with Apple’s iPhone

AFP get it all wrong again... they love apple.... Galaxy NOTE 7 is NOT a Galaxy 7, it does NOT compete with the iPhone, it is a phablet (somewhere between a phone and tablet)... if anything it would be competing against the ipad mini. Even wikipedia says this!

Responsible news reporting please!

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Galaxy NOTE 7 is NOT a Galaxy 7, it does NOT compete with the iPhone, it is a phablet (somewhere between a phone and tablet)... if anything it would be competing against the ipad mini.

Unless you can make phone calls on the ipad mini, I would say that the Galaxy Note 7's main Apple competitor is the iPhone 7 Plus.

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AFP get it all wrong again... they love apple.... Galaxy NOTE 7 is NOT a Galaxy 7, it does NOT compete with the iPhone, it is a phablet (somewhere between a phone and tablet)... if anything it would be competing against the ipad mini. Even wikipedia says this!

no they haven't got it wrong. The "phablet" term is a silly invented term because of its initial size which has become normalized. Other companies soon copied its size offering both regular sizes and larger (phablet) sizes. But both are phones and compete in for the same market offering optional sizes.

The galaxy tab would be competing with the iPad mini.

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Samsung always great .it will beat any thing in the world. their computers and laptaps also very good. i love mobiles not only me every one in the world

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