We know you’re very excited for Samsung’s upcoming entry into the world of plus-sized smartphone category. According to recent Galaxy Note 7 rumors, we've received the news that Samsung’s upcoming baby will be called Galaxy Note 7.

Galaxy Note 7

Image: Galaxy Note 7 Concept

In the meantime, one thing is for sure. Galaxy Note 7 is going to  be Samsung’s boldest challenge to Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 line-up. So far, the iPhone 7 rumors haven’t been much of an attention seeker. The South Korean giant achieved roaring success due to Samsung Galaxy S7 range, so we do not doubt that Apple is going to get a hard time when Note 7 comes out. Both Galaxy Note 7 and Apple iPhone 7 are under wraps, at present. However, the world is anticipating a heated, fierce Galaxy Note 7 VS iPhone 7 battle in the near future.

Just to make the anticipation worth excitement, we’ve collected Galaxy Note 7 rumors and iPhone 7 rumors, to create a comparison between these two upcoming models from tech giants. Let’s have a look.

Galaxy Note 7 vs iPhone 7: Display and Design

Galaxy Note 7 Display and Design

Dimensions – 153.5 x 73.9 x 7.9 mm

Body – Metallic frame, which is enclosed with glass panels on either side

IP68 Certification

Colors – Blue, Black, and Silver

Display - Dual-edge curved 5.7-inch Super AMOLED Display with Quad HD resolution

iPhone 7 Display and Design

Dimensions – 158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3 mm

Body – Metal body with antenna lines on the rear panel

Colors – Blue

Display – 5.5-inch full HD screen with 3D Touch feature

Galaxy Note 7 vs iPhone 7: RAM and Storage

Galaxy Note 7 RAM and Storage

Chipset – Snapdragon 821 and Exynos 8893

RAM – 6GB

Internal Storage – 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB

MicroSD – NA

iPhone 7 RAM and Storage

Chipset – Apple A10

RAM – 3GB

Internal Storage – 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB

MicroSD – NA

Galaxy Note 7 vs iPhone 7: Camera

Galaxy Note 7 Camera

The smartphone is likely to feature an upgraded version of 12MP camera, which at the present time, is available on the Galaxy S7 Edge. It’ll probably have 5MP shooter on the front panel.

iPhone 7 Camera

The iPhone 7 will sport a 12MP rear camera. If rumors are to be believed, Apple’s upcoming line-up will be equipped with Dual Lens camera. It’ll also house a 5MP selfie snapper.

Galaxy Note 7 vs iPhone 7: Software

Galaxy Note 7 Software

It’ll arrive preinstalled with the latest version of Android along with TouchWiz UI’s newest edition. The device will be the first smartphone to feature USB Type-C port and for security feature, it’ll sport an iris scanner. Regardless of the complexities of integrating the iris scanner, users seem onboard with their use. An IBM Future of Identity study noted that 67% of smartphone users are comfortable using biometrics as an additional authentication step. A growing number of companies such as IDMERIT have created an ecosystem of identity solutions aimed at increasing the efficiency to authenticate people at scale. Such solutions have been implemented at border checkpoints and at airports for international outbound flights. Using biometrics would ultimately help limit the use of forged documents by criminals.

iPhone 7 Software

The device will arrive preloaded with its championing iOS 10 software. The iPhone models will arrive with dual SIM support. These are probably going to be the first models manufactured by Apple to feature Dual SIM. The Home Button will house a Touch ID embedded on the bottom of the device. The iPhone 7 line-up is expected to sport a Smart Connector.

Galaxy Note 7 vs iPhone 7: Battery

Galaxy Note 7 Battery

It will feature a 3,600 mAh battery.

iPhone 7 Battery

It will feature a 2,790 mAh battery for iPhone 7 and a larger battery for iPhone 7 Plus and Pro model

Galaxy Note 7 vs iPhone 7: Release Date

Galaxy Note 7 Release

It will be launched in August and it’ll be available for the purchase in the same month.

iPhone 7 Release

The iPhone 7 will be launched in September 2016 in three variants.

Galaxy Note 7 vs iPhone 7: Price

Galaxy Note 7 Price

$900 in the United States

iPhone 7 Price

$930, $1,050 and $1,200 in the United States