Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note7 smartphone has been certified in Russia. The device that has received the certification carries a model number of SM-N930FD, meaning it's a dual SIM variant ('D' at the end).
This comes several weeks before the Note7 is scheduled to be unveiled, suggesting that the South Korean company plans to launch the device in Russia without any delay. This is based on the fact that the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge were certified in Russia a couple of weeks after they were made official.
The Galaxy Note7 has been the subject of a several rumors and leaks so far, with the latest one suggesting that the device will come with a few extra S Pen features, particularly within the Air Command interface.
Nothing wrong with the Galaxy S5. I have one. I swipe my finger over a fingerprint sensor to unlock the screen. As you have to do on any fingerprint scanner. It's obvious you are no fan of Samsung, but there is no need for petulant, ignorant comments...
Let me guess did he actually said Samsung is American phone? lol! What did he comment? XD