There have been rumors floating about in China of an “edgy” Note 6 this season instead of an “edge+” model as Samsung put out last year. Well, it’s been a bit since we’ve talked about this rumor and, lo and behold, rumors have gone ahead and changed the Note 6’s name.

Cue obligatory “Why six afraid of seven?” jokes here.

Well, Indian import/export database Zauba might have evidence of what could end up being called the Galaxy Note 7 edge.

Diving into Samsung’s nomenclature here, we’ve seen the regular Galaxy S model numbers coded in the alphanumeric format of “SM-G9XX”. The Notes have followed a similar format, but with the “G” replaced with an “N”. The Galaxy S6 was the “SM-G920” and the Note 5 ended up being the “SM-N920”. It leads us to believe that this year’s Galaxy S7 — “SM-G930” — will get a Note companion internally named “SM-N930”.

The Galaxy S6 edge was called “SM-G925” and the Galaxy S7 edge was “SM-935”. The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ kept to the “G” precedent with its tag of “SM-G928”. The serial number “SM-N935G” leads us to believe that there will be an “Edge” variant of the Note 7 this year.

While the neon arrows are blaring hot at this conclusion, it’s not at all official, so take a breather and have a little thought with us: would it make sense for Samsung to implement some curves onto a phone you’d put a plastic pen onto?

Source: Zauba
Via: SamMobile

You May Also Like
Where to buy the Samsung Galaxy S20
We keep on getting Memorial Day deals, now from Verizon and Best Buy
We have some more Memorial Day deals available for you. This time they come from Best Buy and Verizon
Samsung Galaxy M11
Samsung Galaxy M11, Galaxy M01 to be launched in India on June 2
The Galaxy M11 was launched in the UAE two months back.
iQOO 3 5G Transformers Limited Edition with gold accents announced
It costs 3498 yuan (~ US$ 490 / Rs 37,100).