“The Galaxy Note7 sports a 5.7-inch QHD Super AMOLED display, an iris scanner and a USB Type-C port”
A few hours ago, Samsung unveiled its latest Galaxy Note series phablet, the Galaxy Note7 with an iris scanner and a USB Type-C port, two features which are a first for the company. The brand kicked off preorders for the phone in the US today, and revealed that it will go on sale in the region on August 19th. Now, major telecom operators and third-party sellers in the US, UK, and Europe have revealed the pricing and availability details for the latest Samsung flagship.
The major telcos in the US including AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint and US Cellular have revealed that they will start offering the Galaxy Note7 starting August 19th. AT&T will offer the phone for $880 (~Rs 58,900), T-Mobile for $849 (~Rs 56,850), and Verizon for $864 (~Rs 57,830). Some of these carriers in the US are offering freebies like Gear Fit 2 wearable or a 256GB memory card with the phone.
In the UK, the Galaxy Note7 will cost £699 (Rs. 62,570 approx.) from Clove UK, and will be available from September. In Europe, Samsung has revealed that the phone is priced at 849 Euros, around Rs 63,650, and will be available from September 2nd. We should know the phone’s price and availability for India when it launches here on August 11th.