Samsung’s Galaxy Note series is one of premium series in the world of smartphones. A few days ago, a news from South Korea claimed that Samsung is planning on relaunching its Galaxy Note 7. It will be a refurbished Note 7, called Galaxy Note FE (Fan Edition).
Galaxy Note FE
Galaxy Note FE was supposed to launch in the first week of July only. However, due to rising demands, especially from Samsung’s home ground, they are forced to delay the launch of the fan edition of the Galaxy Note S7. A report from South Korea claims.
Another report claims that Samsung is working on three Korea-bound Galaxy Note FE editions and two international editions. It seems the three versions we are talking about are SM-N935S (SK Telecom), SM-N935K (KT) and SM-N935L (LG Uplus) which will launch in Korea. These codenames were spotted on Samsung’s support site, Grab2Shop. The two international variants are SM-N935F and SM-N935FD, depicts single and dual SIM versions of the phone respectively.
Though Samsung is bringing a refurbished version Galaxy Note 7 is it worth purchasing a year old phone? Especially when a new version in Note series, Galaxy Note 8, is around the corner. Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to sport an infinity display like the latest flagship Galaxy S8.