Galaxy Note 7 Rumors
After the Galaxy Note 5, Samsung probably will release the Galaxy Note 7 in the coming season of 2016 because Samsung opts to skip 6 to synchronize with its S series. As one of the leading smartphone manufacturer, Samsung have created many mobile phones and tablets that win high praise, such as Galaxy S3/S4/S5/S6/S6 edge, Galaxy Note 3/Note 4/Note 5, Galaxy Tab S2, Galaxy Tab Active, etc. Samsung is constantly trying to make their next smartphone better than the previous release. As Galaxy Note 5 was a great success after its release, the Galaxy Note 7 is expected to be a great hit too in the smartphone market.
According to a new tweet from Evan Blass (@evleaks), the Galaxy Note 7 would be packing an iris scanner, a 5.7-inch screen, 64GB of space expandable through a microSD card, a 12 megapixel camera and a 5 megapixel camera. He also said it would be IP68-certified against water and come in black, silver and blue editions. We have heard multiple times that Samsung is going to introduce a new Grace UX with the Galaxy Note 7, are you excited about it? Let’s wait and see what happens on August 2, 2016.
iTunes to Galaxy Note 7 Transfer
The iTunes to Android Transfer software – TunesGo is ready to upgrade to support the new Galaxy Note 7 device. If you decide to switch from an iPhone or an old Android phone to the new Galaxy Note 7, TunesGo provides an easy way to copy iTunes music, playlists, movies, podcasts, tv shows, iTunes U from your old phone to your new Galaxy Note 7 without limits. All Samsung Galaxy Note series and S series phones are supported by TunesGo software, including Galaxy Note 5, Note 4, Note 3, Note 2, Note, Galaxy S6/S6 edge, Galaxy S5/S5 Active, Galaxy S4/S4 Mini/S4 Active/S4 Zoom, Galaxy S3/S3 Mini, Galaxy S2, Galaxy S and more. The software also supports other Android smartphones manufactured by HTC, Motorola, LG, Sony, Acer, Huawei, Xiaomi, ZTE, etc.
Transfer iTunes music to Galaxy Note 7 using TunesGo
1.Download, install and launch TunesGo on PC or Mac.
2.Connect Galaxy Note 7 to computer via USB cable.
3.Click “DEVICE” on the main interface of TunesGo, it will show your connected Note 7, then click “Transfer iTunes Music to Device”.
4.All your iTunes files will be scanned and shown, such as music, movies, podcasts. You can select music and click “Transfer” to copy to your Galaxy Note 7.