Aeshanbeel Malikk, 14 Jul 2017i should buy it or not If you like it and have money for it, yes. It's still one of the best phones. Or you can wait for Note 8 but it will cost more...
iFixit just disassembled it. Copying from The Verge:
The biggest difference is perhaps the most crucial, though: the Fan Edition has a battery thatÂ’s roughly 9 percent smaller, offering 12.32 Wh of charge to the original Note 7Â’s 13.48 Wh battery. The new power cell is also slightly smaller physically. The size is pretty much the same, but the battery itself weights 2.3 grams less than the original version.
The only other change on the hardware end of things that iFixit noticed was a revamped antenna pattern, which the company speculates is for compatibility with Korean networks.
So that's it - no big changes except smaller battery, but that's reasonable because the old one had "problems" if the battery swelled and there was no space for it to expand. Still a great phone.
BDN87, 12 Jul 2017This looks like a re-branded note 7 Oh it is, but wait there's more! It also costs more than the S8! And for that price what do you get? A phone that will not perform as well as the Note 8, which will be available for about the same price in a few months. Not even worth considering until there is a serious price drop in the U.S.
this doesnt make sense at all note 8 is right next door then came up with this plus its very expensive no thank you i love samsung note phones i had a note 4 note 5 and now i have s8+ but his phone doesnt have anything that call my attention i hope note 8 be a huge success because note 7 was gonna be the hit well let see what note 8 gonna bring to us....
BDN87, 12 Jul 2017This looks like a re-branded note 7 you don't say?