Samsung has relaunched the Galaxy Note7 under the moniker Galaxy Note Fan Edition or popularly known as Samsung Galaxy Note FE in the internet circles. It marks the comeback of one of the most popular devices of 2016 which met an unfortunate end. Essentially, it’s the same old device with key changes to make it explode-proof.
Samsung Galaxy Note7 Vs Galaxy Note Fan Edition
Just as expected, the major difference between the two devices lies in the battery. The latest Note Fan Edition model comprises of a slightly smaller 3200 mAh battery in comparison to the 3500 mAh found on the Note7 last year. Samsung has taken needed care and thoroughly inspected the battery through the same rigorous 8-point battery safety test that Samsung started with the Galaxy S8.
Other than that, the latest offering features the same software that arrived with S8 earlier this year. Yes, even the Bixby has arrived on the resolved Note7.
As for the rest of the phone is concerned, the details remain the same. Even Samsung hasn’t shied away from the fact that Galaxy Fan Edition is indeed a rekindled Note7 from unused bits and pieces and falls directly in line with company’s effort of going eco-friendly.
The Korean giant plans to sell 400,000 units of the Fan Edition in Korea, with sales in other markets yet to be decided. Samsung hasn’t made a big fuss of this launch since the Note 8 (or Note8, you never know) is just around the corner.
Samsung Galaxy Note FE will sell for 699,600 Won ($611) in Korea with sales beginning on July 7 in Black Onyx, Blue Coral, Gold Platinum, and Silver Titanium. All the adopters of Galaxy Note Fan Edition will get a free cover case of the matching color.
Do let us know if you will buy the recycled Note7 in the Fan Edition name or not in the comments section below.