Eventually, European carriers will be getting the Galaxy Note 7. It doesn’t seem like it right now, though. Both O2 and EE are registering customer interest, but it’s not clear when the phablet will be coming to them nor what their prices are going to be.

Leave it to Clove to tell a little bit more, though not much more. The unlocked phone expects to take shipments of the SIM-free Note 7 starting September 2 or so with an expected cost of £699 or about $934 — about a 10 percent premium on the US carriers’ prices. It’s not clear if the United Kingdom will see all four colors of the device. So far, Gold Platinum has been omitted from US carriers’ offerings.

And where are the free deals, huh? Well, Samsung may end up providing free Gear Fit 2 fitness bands or 256GB microSD cards in the end, through its promotions site.

Whatever the case, Samsung making available the Note 7 where it didn’t make available the Note 5 should be a welcome move to many across the continent.

Source: Clove
Via: SamMobile

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