Japanese variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 without Samsung logo
We have known for a while that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 would be a big hit in various markets and for this reason, it is bound to get featured across various markets in the international scene.
Going according to history, we also know that there is every possibility that we see different specs on the same device in various markets so as to suit the needs that it meets there. Same goes for the Note 7 because we have already heard that the Chinese variant would not only have an improved internal memory space, it would also pack a bigger 6GB of RAM and use dual SIMs too.
The newest one we have seen is that which is supposed to be heading to the Japanese market and the best thing about this one is that it does not even carry the Samsung branding on its back. From the pictures, you would see that the behind of the smartphone has been left bland and there is no sign of the usual Samsung logo there, something that we have seen before but never expected on a high end device like this one.
Truth be told though, asides from the fact that fakes might start sprouting up on the market in some time, the Samsung device looks even better and sleeker without the extra space taken by a logo and believe this, we are envious of what we are seeing.
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