It’s official: Galaxy Note 7 is coming back as the Galaxy Note Fan Edition on July 7

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The battery problems being least of Samsung’s issues it is worth mentioning that solid state batteries are intentions of Samsung in mobile devices for near future, it seems to be a great comeback of Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition for 2017. To get started here are few things that will separate Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition from a smartphone that went up in smoke and had to be pulled from the production line.

Galaxy Note7 Fan Edition Will Be Running Samsung’s Bixby AI, Cost Much Less Than the Original Note7 and Features a 3,200mAh Battery

Though the Galaxy Note7 Fan Edition is the heavily improved version of the original Note7 that was released last year, it features a smaller 3,200mAh battery. Still, it maintains the same 5.7-inch screen size and is also IP68 certified. The cell present in the smartphone goes through the same ‘8-point battery safety test’ to make sure it is safe for use in mobile devices.

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Galaxy Note7 Fan Edition 7 - It's official: Galaxy Note 7 is coming back as the Galaxy Note Fan Edition on July 7

The cell present in smartphone goes through same 8 point battery safety test that assures it is safe to use in mobile.

Samsung has decided to release it much earlier than we anticipated it could be a great comeback for Note 7 this year. The Note 7 will also be running Bixby AI and sold in following color models:

  • Black Onyx
  • Blue Coral
  • Gold Platinum
  • Silver Titanium

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The S-Pen is making comeback and it will feature 4,096 levels of pressure ensuring that the Note 7 taking experience is swift and smooth. Samsung plans to make around 400,000 units initially and it is based on sales performance and the company has not decided yet about the launch of Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition internationally.

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Muhammad Irfan Raza
Irfan Raza is Editor at TechWafer covering Everything about Apple including Mac, iPhones, iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook, and How-tos.

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