Galaxy Note 7 will help sustain Samsung’s mobile business revival through the second half of 2016.
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Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. Wednesday unveiled a new Galaxy Note smartphone with a curved screen and iris-recognition technology, seeking to build on the sales momentum that has helped it roar back to surging profit growth.Samsung is using a 5.7-inch, curved screen display for the Galaxy Note 7 .Samsung hopes the new Note will enjoy a similar appeal.The Galaxy Note 7 will also be compatible with Samsung Pay, a mobile payments service that competes with Apple Pay, among others, which Samsung hopes will help boost margins for its devices and set its products apart from other Android phones.
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