Refurbished Galaxy Note7 inches closer to release, gets Wi-Fi certified

Yordan, 24 April 2017

The Wi-Fi Alliance listed today seven new devices with similar product names, issued by Samsung Electronics. The SM-N930-named phones are the variations of the refurbished Galaxy Note7 that is expected to be launched in June.

The product names and model numbers listed are SM-N930FD, SM-N930X, SM-N930S, SM-N930L, SM-N930K, SM-N930F and SM-N935S. All the different versions of the phone will have 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac along with Wi-Fi direct. The listing also reveals that the Galaxy Note7 will run the Android 7.0 Nougat OS.

We are yet to hear more from Samsung, but this listing clearly shows that the resurrection of the failed phablet is inching closer.

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  • AnonD-234645

Unfortunately no. Samsung decided not to relaunch note7R in USA

Except the was no antenna gate and no bend gate if not in the eyes of a bunch of haters... IPhone 4 sales went on for years. IPhone 6 sales were record breaking.

  • Anonymous

Perhaps recall twice is not enough to make them believe.