Confirmed Samsung Galaxy Note 7R with lowered battery capacity and Packed with Nougat
According to Phonearena.com Samsung Galaxy Note 7R has been certified by FCC. Samsung devices code-named SM-N935S, SM-N935K and SM-N935L, understood to be the variants of the redesigned Galaxy Note 7, have received approval from FCC (Federal Communication Certification), reported Blog of Mobile , citing the official document in its custody. While this generally means that the handset will be launched in U.S., that may or may not be the case every time.The image (see below) looks believable, but Samsung has confirmed that the refurbished Galaxy Note 7 will be not be making its debut in the US. However, going by the model numbers displayed on the FCC document, it is expected to be made available in Samsung’s home region South Korea and select Asian markets, including China and India. With Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, and the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 there might not be much room for the refurbished version of Galaxy Note 7.
Phonearena showed several screenshots of expected Samsung Galaxy Note 7R. The Phablet Boasts 3200mAh Battery inside the device. That is 8.6% less than the original capacity of Galaxy Note 7. All the other specification of the device will be same except the device will come with Android 7.0 installed while in the original model the system software was Android 6.0.1.
So that means outside of the new battery and new system build there is nothing more and new to expect from the upcoming Galaxy Note 7R. the following Specs are expected Exynos 8890 SoC with an octa core CPU, 4GB RAM, Gorilla Glass 5 Protection on the screen with 5.7-inch S-AMOLED Display, 1440×2560 QHD Resolution, 64 GB Internal Storage, IP68 Water Resistance, 12MP Rear Camera (f/1.7, OIS and PDAF) and 5MP Front Camera for Selfies and Video Calls.
It is expected to launch at price tag of $625 in Coral Blue, Silver, White and Black as Colour options to choose from.