Just two more weeks left for the official introduction of Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge to be held on February 21st, and now that the two smartphones have passed through the FCC, new report surfaced suggesting that there won’t be any launch of Galaxy S7 Edge+ at this Unpacked 2016 event, either in the US or in the UK, but to go big with the Galaxy Note 6.
Although the Galaxy S7 proper will carry the model number SM-G930A, whereas the Galaxy S7 Edge variant to pose with SM-G935A. Model numbers for each U.S. carrier will be slightly different than the UK models, and designated by the last letter of the device number, as Samsung usually does.
No other specific details were revealed in the FCC listings of these mobile phones, as we have already accompained by the traditional design and nothing has been confirmed officially by Samsung. Passing through the FCC is just another big step in the process to bring these phones to the United States.
Speaking about the Galaxy S7 Edge+ UK release is however been cancelled by the company and according to the Techradar source mentions the Korean electronics has learnt from its mistakes and they’re making things up with the coming flagships. Suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge+ will not coming to the UK after an onslaught of complaints from Galaxy Note5 fans.
“Samsung isn’t going to launch the S7 Edge+ in the UK. I got the impression that it had been a bit of a disappointment sales-wise and that the decision to keep the Note 5 out of Europe is now considered a mistake. So our information is that the Note 6 will launch in the UK in August and that there will be no S7 Edge+.”
Until now no one knows what actually Samsung is about to do. It’s possible they just won’t release Galaxy S7 Edge+ in the UK, just as it’s possible they won’t release it at all. No worry there will be more news to learn, so stay tuned.
Samsung is set to launch the Note 6 in the U.K. in August 2016?
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