13 things the Galaxy Note 7 can do that the iPhone can't do

Samsung’s best phone ever, the Galaxy Note 7, comes out in just a few days.

We already have our full review here, but it’s also worth highlighting some of the Note 7’s exclusive features that you won’t find on the iPhone.

It has an iris scanner that you can use to unlock the phone.

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The Note 7 has a bigger screen than the iPhone 6s Plus, but the phone itself is smaller, making it easier to hold or keep in your pocket.

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You can use the S Pen stylus to draw or doodle on the screen.

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It can survive under a few feet of water for up to 30 minutes.

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You can even use the S Pen under water!

You can charge it wirelessly.

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It works with any standard wireless charging pad.

You can enable fast charging using Samsung's wired plug or wireless charger.

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There's a heart rate sensor on the back.

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There's a secure folder that you can use to store private photos, files, and separate versions of your apps.

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You unlock the secure folder using the iris scanner (or passcode, if you prefer that way).

You can easily make GIFs from video clips.

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It has a headphone jack.*

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*While current iPhones have a headphone jack, the iPhone 7, which comes out next month, won't have one.

You can add up to 256 GB of more storage with an SD card.

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Samsung will give you a free 256 GB card when you buy the Note 7 for a limited time.

The Note 7 has the best camera ever put in a smartphone. It takes better photos than the iPhone.

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A photo of Larry the cat, taken with the Galaxy Note 7.

Here's our shootout between the Samsung camera and the iPhone camera. (The Note 7 has the same camera as the Galaxy S7.)

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