aside from retailing for $640, it also comes with a free Samsung 24" series 3 LCD TV. At least in the PH.
Very nice ..good quality .
in malaysia note fe price is rm2599, s8 is rm3299, s8+ is rm3699, for me note fe not bad for the price seems note 8 price is rm3999, i would go for note fe
DOA overpriced recycled junk.
The price should be $400 or less, as this is a refurbished phone and not a new one...
It's already available in the Philippines and the cost mentioned in the article is correct.
Hope this's not a bomb
Sony Fanboy Bitches, 30 Oct 2017They do. Samsung is probably the most used smartphone in the Philippines, along with Apple. B... moreFilipinos mostly use low end to mid range Samsung phones. They are trusted for their durability. And you're right Oppo and Vivo have very aggressive marketing. When you go to mall you will probably see at least 2 stalls for each brand with salesmen and saleswomen constantly bugging every person that passes by to buy their phones. It is very irritating. They even fill up the glass panels near the escalators with advertisement stickers on each and every floor. No wonder they're overpriced just like this Note FE. I've tried using F1 and F1s, what I can say is they have bad screen quality and laggy too despite having high ram probably because of Mediatek processors.
For those of you who don't remember the exploding/burning batteries in the Galaxy Note 7....well, where did all those returned phones go?
Taaa-daaa!! We introduce to you the Galaxy Note Fan Edition:
Quite pricey for last year's model. I will pass.
On the way to Indonesia too! Can’t wait to own this
Who would even buy this at this price? Can get new s8+, or spend 200 more on a note 8
Too closed on the price of Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+
This phone is outdated. Big bezel, late shipping, fingerprint on front mounted and small battery. I will just buy a Xiaomi MI 6 instead.
Thailand is out now too. The official release is Nov 3 but you can buy if you are going to Samsung Shop.
Anonymous, 30 Oct 2017Seems that Filipinos aren't easily get persuaded by Samsung unlike the West, which is being mi... moreThey do. Samsung is probably the most used smartphone in the Philippines, along with Apple.
But what eats Filipinos (except me and some intelligent consumers) are Oppo and Vivo, both of which are doing super heavy advertising almost everywhere.
Also, Huawei's Nova2i or Honor 9i or Mate 10 Lite is getting some serious attention and being chosen as an alternative over the newest Oppo F5 and Vivo V7+.
Hmm, we'll see what then.