The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is expected to be announced on August 2, 2016 and if some new rumors will prove to be right, the device will go live on the same day. However, don’t be so excited, as this will most likely happen only in South Korea (where Samsung has its headquarters), while other markets will get the device sometime later.
According to new reports, the Galaxy Note 7 will be released in Europe on August 16, 2016, which means that the Europeans will need to wait two more weeks to get their hands on this new phablet (if they are lucky enough). However, keep in mind that these are just some rumors for now, which means that there are high chances that we will see this device on the European markets sooner (hopefully).
Galaxy Note 7 will be released in three colors variants, but only two of them will be available after the launch: silver and black. The third color variant will be blue, but it will be released sometime later.
According to Tech Times, the Galaxy Note 7 will be the most expensive Note handset ever and the base model will cost $950 and it will come with an internal storage of 64GB. We remind you that the device comes in three internal storage variants of 64GB, 128GB and 256GB, so if 64GB is not sufficient for you, you will need to pay more for a more generous internal memory.
If you live in the United States, then you are luckier than Europeans, as there are reports which suggest that T-Mobile will have this device in stock right from day one (August 2, 2016).
Keep in mind that for now these are just rumors and there are high chances that Samsung will “surprise” us and release this device only in South Korea on August 2, 2016, while other countries (including United States) will receive it a bit later than expected.
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