The saga around the existence and availability of a European/international version of the Samsung Galaxy Note5 continues. The mythical SM-N920F version has shown up on FCC and Bluetooth.org, and investigators on the matter have now spotted it on Samsung's own website.
But before you get too worked up that the smartphone is coming to a store near you next week, you should know that the new bit of info is the SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) value of the F variant. The numbers are also the same as other versions already in existence.
A SAR number is far for confirmation on availability though, and by now the only official word from Samsung states that the Galaxy Note5 won't be coming this side of the Atlantic this year. And even though the Korean report that claims an August 28 European launch date is the one we want to believe, there's still no solid data to corroborate it.
Dear Samsung, Keep it... I've always wanted a Sony, my Note 3 was keeping me from it, now nothing stands in the way ;)
if "you" don't care means "nobody" cares? haha. actually, over 80% care, and told that will not buy note 5 without the microsd card.
Nobody cares. Evolve with the times, people complained about big phablets and high resolution phones before too and now it's commonplace.