Hiya to handle spam blocking on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7
Samsung is one brand that is very known for launching their android devices with a variety of features and with the latest Galaxy Note 7 dropped into the market, they have done just the same here. From the iris scanning technology to the USB cable, going to the screen technology and also, the IP68 rating to mention but a few, the newest in the Note family surely pack quite a punch.
One that is not very pronounced however but is there in the system and would prove very useful is the spam protection services. With this, you need not go to third party apps to protect your device from spam and identification issues.
This feature is integrated hardly into the dialler app and the service it is based on is an innovative of Hiya. This one looks much like the same feature that was sent to Nexus and Android One devices to prevent spam calls too.
For accuracy, Hiya is responsible for keeping track of over 600 million phone numbers in the United States alone and all over the world, has a record 1.5 billion numbers in its database.
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