But Note 7 fans outside South Korea will have to wait to get their hands on the new devices.
Samsung says that it'll sell 400000 units of the Galaxy Note Fan Edition initially. If the device will launch in other markets is yet to be known. Phone will be available in Blue Coral, Black Onyx, Silver Titanium, and Gold Platinum. The battery issues will also be kept under control so that it doesn't meet the same fate as its earlier model. It's also very interesting that Samsung will still launch the phone on 26 August.
Like the previous Note series, the Note FE, short for "Fan Edition", features a jumbo screen measuring 5.7 inches diagonally and a stylus.
Environmental groups had criticized the company's original plan to scrap completely millions of smart phones and pressured Samsung to reuse the parts to reduce waste. In any case, Samsung Galaxy Note Fan Edition is obsolete smartphone, because in two months, will announce a new Note 8. Samsung would have nearly certainly updated the original Note 7's software to include Bixby at some point, should the phone have stayed on sale. The new handsets will be equipped with 3,200 mAh batteries, and priced approximately 30% less than the Note7. Fans will be pleased to note that the new Fan Edition comes with a larger 3,500mAh battery that has been rigorously tested by Samsung to pass strict safety tests. The heart of the device is a Quad-core Snapdragon 821 processor topped with Adreno 530 GPU. The SoC is coupled with 4 GB of RAM and a native storage of 64 GB. Supplementing the existing fingerprint reader, this allows users to register their iris print and log in just by looking at their device, similar to Windows Hello. It also shows the placement of the S Pen. It's also gotten updated with the same software that runs through the veins of the Galaxy S8, including Bixby support.