It has been previously reported that Samsung will skip the Note 6 and will use the Galaxy Note 7 name this year. What?s more, a recent report indicates that Samsung may have just accidentally blown the lid and confirmed the Galaxy Note 7.
According to Forbes, the electronics giant quietly set up a new User Agent Profile page on the Samsung website for the ?SM-N930F?. While this may not be huge news at first glance, it is worth noting that the Galaxy Note 4 is the SM-N910 while the Note 5 is the SM-N920. Simple logic would lead to the conclusion that the User Agent Profile page is for the Galaxy Note 7, which is surely exciting news for smartphone enthusiasts.
Adding the profile page for the Galaxy Note 7 is certainly a sign that an actual release date is just around the corner. Add this news to the recent report by Pocket-Lint that Samsung has released an event invite schedule for August 2, which could be for the Galaxy Note 7.
With all of these details, it could only be just a matter of time before Samsung officially spills the beans on the release of the Galaxy Note 7.
The Galaxy Note product line has been one of the most successful smartphones ever released by Samsung. It has revolutionized the way people use phones and has made ?phablets? a really popular device. The Galaxy Note 5, which was released last year, received raving reviews and surely fans of the Galaxy Note series are looking forward to the Galaxy Note 6 later this year. Be sure to check back here for more updates on the Galaxy Note 7 and other great smartphones releasing soon.