Anyone who is interested in new technologies remembers a hot affair on Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones that were got fire due to poorly made batteries. Of course, Samsung withdrew defective devices from all markets. However, the Koreans decided to prepare a safe variant that was named the Galaxy Note Fan Edition. This smartphone is available in Korea and has just been updated to Android Oreo.

Samsung prepares at least one large system update for each of its flagship mobile. After a long period of support, which received the Galaxy S6, the owners of Korean smartphones can expect at least two such updates. It is also a pleasant surprise that Samsung has prepared an operating system update to the newest version of Android for a smartphone, which is sold only in one country. Apparently, the secure version of Samsung Galaxy Note 7, i.e. Fan Edition, is a popular device.

Galaxy Note 7 was supposed to be a success and it turned out to be a big failure

Smartphones from the Galaxy Note series are appreciated by all those who appreciate devices with large screens. Businessmen and engineers often use them as a handheld computer. For such people, the S Pen is not just for handwriting notes. It is also useful for efficiently handling mobile applications that facilitate everyday work. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was an interesting alternative to the usual Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge. Note Fan Edition also received a more powerful processor (Qualcomm Snapdragon 821), which is an improved version of Snapdragon 820. However, a big, but defective, battery with a capacity of 3 500 mAh had to be converted into a smaller variant (3 200 mAh). It was also the first Samsung smartphone with biometric security in the form of an iris scanner. It is a pity that the Note Fan Edition model has not been introduced for sale in India. This would be an interesting alternative to other Samsung flagship mobiles.

Source: SamMobile