The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition (FE) ]has now been
made official and would be launched on July 7, 2017. I think its a nice date
chosen for such device, 7/7/2017 for Note 7 FE.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 back but in Fan Edition: Specifications.

According to report, South Korean carrier LG Uplus has
accepted pre-orders at a charge of KRW 700,000, which is $611 USD at current
exchange rate.
The supply is said to be limited with just about 400,000
units to be sold across South Korea, in order to prevent the phablet from
taking over some ground for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note8 phablet. Out of
the country sales are currently in consideration. The original color choices
which includes Black Onyx, Blue Coral, Gold Platinum, and Silver Titanium are obtainable.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 back but in Fan Edition: Specifications.
 Some changes have been made from the original Samsung Galaxy
Note 7. One key modification is the battery, which was the origin of the indiscriminate
explosions that mandated the South Korean tech giant to withdraw the phablet from
the market last year. The new battery on the revamped Fan Edition is 3200mAh, an
8.5% drop from the original 3500mAh cell that comes with the last year Galaxy
Note 7. The each cell in phone was confirmed safe by an 8-point safety check.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 back but in Fan Edition: Specifications.
Another obvious change is the absence of the Samsung logo under
the earpiece. Also a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition logo is on the back of
the device.
Features of the The
Galaxy Note 7 (FE) includes:
  • Display: 5.7-inch
    Super AMOLED display with a 1440 x 2560 resolution
  • Powered by Snapdragon
    821 chipset with quad-core CPU
  • GPU: Adreno 530.
  • RAM: 4GB
  • Internal Storage:
    64GB
  • Miscellaneous: A
    fingerprint scanner, Iris scanner, IP68 certification rating (underwater as
    deep as nearly 5-feet of water for about 30 minutes) and inclusion of S Pen.

 The UI for the Galaxy Note 7 FE is the similar to that of
the Samsung Galaxy S8 which means it embraces an “Always On”
function. There is no dedicated Bixby button but Bixby is available on the
device.

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