Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Reworked Version of the Smartphone to Release on July 7

It was earlier reported that the reworked version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be named as Galaxy Note 7R (FE) and now it seems that even the launch date of the device has been revealed.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7R (FE) may get rolled out on July 7

Recent reports have pointed out that the upcoming phablet developed by Samsung is said to be launched on July 7 and is has also been said that the reworked version of the Samsung Galaxy Note will be first released in South Korea. And talking about the price of the phablet, it might be available at KRW 700,000 which comes up to $615.

The release date of the device has not been confirmed by the officials of Samsung until now but the users are surely looking forward to July 7. The developers of the South Korean company will certainly make the reworked version of the device a splendid one as the earlier version of the Note 7 turned out to be a major failure.

The fiasco left people with a dispirited heart due to which most of them lost all hopes from the company but the recently released Samsung Galaxy S8 has been garnering several great reviews. And the infinity display of the device turned out to be one of the best parts about the smartphone.

There are quite a lot of leaked images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7R (Fandom Edition) which had surfaced earlier and people are anticipating the device to sport a smaller battery life than its predecessor. People may have a lot of hope from the refurbished version of the device due to which many of them are waiting to get their hands on the phablet.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7R (Fandom Edition) is certainly predicted to be way better than its predecessor because of which the device may turn out to be an impressive one.

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