Have fun going through airport security. When I flew with Qatar Airways, the Note 7 was banned.
I'd seriously consider buying it, but the potential lack of spare parts won't let me.
Critic-0, 13 Jun 2017.OMG! they still want to sell these unreliable made Units, . . .pitty for those consumer who'l... moreLOL at your ignorance.. The case is already solved and it is a minor production issue.. Just enjoy your so called flagship and leave the creative prowess to Note users
Well, if it will be launched globally around July 7, there'll be some time (for those interested to buy it) before the Note 8.
.OMG! they still want to sell these unreliable made Units, . . .pitty for those consumer who'll be victimize (maybe once again)!.
Anonymous, 13 Jun 2017the A7 (2017) costs almost as much as the Note7R - EU530. And its camera is has the same apert... moreI dont know how in US but in EU A series is for poor peoples. Creppy mid-range budget phone from carriers. Note 7 is better in every point and extra have S-Pen, powerfull tool.
Anonymous, 13 Jun 2017the A7 (2017) costs almost as much as the Note7R - EU530. And its camera is has the same apert... moreand what is Note class designed for? Bare in mind that only 450k units are up for sale and in case you ran into a problem you will probably have to wait a while before you find a spare part or, worst case, you'll have to give up your device in favor of a newer device still in production. Consider each option before you make your decision. Best of luck!
siminum, 13 Jun 2017go for A7 (2017)the A7 (2017) costs almost as much as the Note7R - EU530. And its camera is has the same aperture as the J7(2017) - F1.9. Actually not sure how it can demand so much higher price. The only other significant differences would appear to be water proofness and a little more builtin storage for apps (which I don't care about). But the A series is for business people with expenses paid, right?
I'm considering a J7(2017) and my only reason for looking at the Note7R is its better camera and the discounted price. But wondering if it is EU580-340=240 much better.
Surely the EU must have requirements similar to those of the US concerning use of shared spectrum to not step on each other. But it would appear that the EU does not have an agency like the USes FCC. Is the EU getting/buying that service from the FCC as part of the EUs CE certification?
ProJames, 13 Jun 2017Even Canadian devices have to pass through the FCC to be allowed to roam on the US networks. B... moreFor an european to go in the US with its phone, it would mean that the device has to operate on the same network frequency as the US operators...it does not mean that it has to pass a certain certification approved by US government; as regards to Google Maps I am certain that there are plenty of hotspots in the US where you can access wireless any location in New York..in case you get lost
siminum, 13 Jun 2017What has FCC do with European certification? A simple search reveals that "Federal Communicati... moreEven Canadian devices have to pass through the FCC to be allowed to roam on the US networks. Because there are chances Europeans go one day in the US with their phones and use them to pass a call or use Google Maps when lost in New York, European devices have to g9 through it.