Amidst all the chaos surrounding the Galaxy Note 8 coverage, there is another Note that has redeemed itself quietly in S. Korea. Yes, we are talking about the Galaxy Note FE. the second coming of the Galaxy Note7. The phone was launched in Korea in July this year. And fresh reports coming in from Korea suggest the phone has been raking in some serious cash.
The report from Korean Herald suggests 4,00,000 units of the device have been sold and stocks are cleared. Also, Samsung isn’t planning to add more to its inventory in its homeland. The phone was priced around $620 in South Korea, $265 cheaper than its actual price.
The phone went through stringent battery tests and integrated a smaller 3,200 mAh cell. The original size was 3,500 mAh and also threw in Bixby. Something the Galaxy Note7 did not have. After the Note7 explosion saga, tests conducted on 200,000 phones and 30,000 batteries proved, the issue was related to the battery.
The Note FE stocks have also cleared at the right time as Samsung is soon going to make the Galaxy Note 8 available on its home turf on September 15. Also, the Electronics giant is considering a global release of the Galaxy Note FE, according to reports.