While it has an obvious historical explanation, Samsung’s dual-
brand flagship release strategy can get awfully confusing for folks
not quite familiar with the experimental nature of early Galaxy Note
Of course, there’s nothing nichey about these beloved S Pen-
wielding phablets anymore, and last year’s Note 5 regional
exclusivity proved the popularity of the Galaxy S lineup is in danger
of being surpassed or at least matched.
Hence, it makes perfect sense for Samsung to cancel any plans it
had regarding an S7 Edge+ , and once again go wide with a new
Note . But surprise, surprise, this might not be christened Galaxy
Note 6 or Note 6 Edge after all.
Instead, “multiple representatives of the telecommunication
industry” told the generally reliable folks over at ET News that
Galaxy Note 7 branding has been chosen for the sequel to the Note
5. Not necessarily because we’re looking at a massive upgrade
here, but first and foremost in a bid to “maximize the
marketability” of the next-gen jumbo-sized powerhouse, and bring
No more wondering whether perhaps the GNote 5 is one step
behind the S6, as the name should fit the premium build and ultra-
high-end specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, due out this
early to mid-August, both according to ET News and other at least
equally reliable sources .
Today’s report also clarifies how recently rumored prototype
testing wrapped up, with a dual-edged model purportedly selected
as the single final Note 7 configuration. It remains to be seen if it’s
going to be dubbed Galaxy Note 7 Edge, which doesn’t sound very
plausible from a simplicity standpoint.
Source: ET News
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Samsung will skip the Note 6 and release Galaxy Note 7 in August
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