It’s still a great flagship, but it’s beset by better competition
We all know about Samsung’s very public troubles with its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones last year. After a high-profile launch, manufacturing defects in its battery led several devices to explode, even after the company recalled and re-issued the new device. But with millions of unused parts of the phone just lying around waiting to be disposed, Samsung had to do something with the components that they’ve already paid millions for.
Enter the Galaxy Note FE or Fan Edition, which is a Galaxy Note 7 that has a smaller battery and that’s gone through Samsung’s new battery check program. It’s been on sale in the company’s home country since the middle of the year, and finally arrived in our country a few weeks ago. We’ve been using the phone for quite a bit now, and since it’s literally the same phone from last year with a battery swap.
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