Samsung unpacks the Note 7 in India, to sell the Exynos variant in the country
Samsung has taken their most recent flagship, the Galaxy Note 7, for a spin around the world and they have landed in Asia with it, specifically the Indian market. At an event that Samsung held in new Delhi, they took the wraps off the king of big screens for the market and not only did they wow those in attendance with the awesome specs and features of the device, they also did well to state their asking price so that they would not catch you unawares.
While, as is customary of Samsung in these kinds of markets, we were expecting the device to be accompanied by their mid-range and entry level smartphones, they instead took the opportunity to put some of their other accessories on the centre stage instead and these were made to complement the Note 7.
There are differences between the Indian and the US version of the Note 7 though because those that would be released to the Asians would run the Exynos 8890 processor instead of the snapdragon 820.
Also, the Indian version would have support for double SIMs and come with a hybrid slot which you can either use to hold a SIM or a micro SD card.
As far as pricing goes, the device would sell for Rs 59,900 in India.
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