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Let's remember the beauty that came with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 after it got a new name and lost its explosive personality
The Galaxy S7 is finally starting to see signs of hope for Android 8.0, but this was just a little bit of a happy surprise given the Note FE's roots...
Already sold out in South Korea, the Samsung Galaxy Note FE, aka Fan Edition, aka refurbished Note 7, is spreading to Malaysia soon.
No more Samsung Galaxy Note FE inventory available in the company's homeland of Korea, where the Note 8 is expected to cost a fortune.
Does it feel like we're rehashing the Galaxy Note7? Or have the dynamics completely changed in the course of just a year? We debate on this week's show!
Bixby Voice in English could be worldwide soon, if we're to take a hint from a Samsung app update: cold comfort to the Chinese, though.
In addition to selling refurbished Galaxy Note devices using the same Note 7 shells, it is nicking every bit of rare metal it can.
We already knew the battery inside the refurbished Note 7, aka Galaxy Note FE, was smaller than the original cell, but now we have the full picture.
No more than 400,000 Galaxy Note FE units are planned for Korean availability, as Samsung is still thinking about an international expansion.
Samsung's refurbished Galaxy Note 7 has been a long time in "consideration", finally going on sale in Korea today under the Note FE name.
If you still don't see the point of a so-called Samsung Galaxy Note 7R or Note 7 FE, imagine a Full HD version with a sensible price point.
Samsung is reportedly pushing the domestic release of the controversial Galaxy Note FE dangerously close to Note 8's highly anticipated arrival.
Samsung is boldly thinking of christening that divisive refurbished Galaxy Note 7 the Note FE, where the letters might stand for Fan Edition.