Samsung Galaxy Note 7 To Get Non-Edged Variant As Well As SM-N930F Shows Up On Samsung Mobile
With summers going on in full swing, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 has seen countless leaks and rumors so far which have given us a fair idea of what to expect on the next flagship phablet from the Koren manufacturer. The Galaxy Note 7 is expected to come with the Snapdragon 821, 6GB of 10nm DRAM, a 16MP rear camera sensor and an upgraded Edge screen which will give users more room to manipulate and place objects at the sides of the device’s screen. Information so far has been pointing only towards an Edged variant of the device making it to the market, as Samsung looks to capitalize its unique design advantage.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Surfaces On Manufacturers Site Hinting At Non Edge Variant
When it comes to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the majority of information that we’ve seen so far indicates that the Korean manufacturing giant will be bringing the Edged screen once again to its premium phablet. The Note series was the one to debut the curved screen, with the Galaxy S flagship smartphone lineup adopting the feature later on. The Edged portion of the screen adds quite a bit to the device’s usability and features and allows users to interact with it differently than they would with other devices.
However, as popular as the Edged variants of both the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S devices might be, not all users are looking for such functionality, and to that end we’ve manged to spot what might be a non edge variant of the upcoming Galaxy Note 7. Spotted on Samsung’s website as the SM-N930F, which you can see in the image below, the device might be launched concurrently with the Galaxy Note 7 Edge later this year in August.
For those of you who’ve been out of the loop, the Galaxy Note 7 Edge has been said to have an internal reference code of SM-G935, with similar codenames also having surfaced elsewhere in the past. The Note 4 and the Note 5 had codenames of SM-N910 and SM-N920 respectively, so a Samsung SM-N930F might be a plain Galaxy Note 7 after all. The launch of a non-edged Note 7 would end up attracting more users to the lineup, especially those with budgetary concerns. Edged variants of Samsung’s devices do come with heftier price tags, so a lot of users should breathe a sigh of relief should today’s leak turn out to be accurate.
We’ve seen teasers and other information surface so far which lend quite a bit of credibility to the Galaxy Note 7 Edge, so the only question which remains right now is will we be getting one or two Note devices from Samsung this year? The Korean tech giant is expected to launch the devices later this year in August so it isn’t long before things become clear. Till then, stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below. We’ll keep you updated as this develops.