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Standard deviation: Samsung's website seemingly suggests a normal Note 7

Samsung's own website has been discovered to have a page "placeholder" for a product believed to be the standard-screen Galaxy Note 7 variant.
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June 18, 2016

While Samsung’s next Note is quickly leaking to perfection, there are still some big questions remaining. We know the new device is likely to launch on August 2nd, for example, and that it will probably be packing an edge display with curves on both sides. More recently information has been leaked about the inclusion of iris sensors and production plans.

What’s less clear however, is some semblance of concrete confirmation – unofficially of course – that a standard Note 7 will be making the rounds along with the curved creation.

Samsung’s own website is now seemingly offering some suggestion there will indeed be a proper pair of products to purchase:

Samsung Note 7 Standard

As seen in the above screen capture, in the URL at the top, SM-N930F can be seen, which is believed to be the standard model Note. It would follow the numerical convention established by the Note 5 (SM-N920)  and the Note 4 (SM-N910). The Galaxy Note 7 Edge is believed to have the model number SM-N935, similar to how the Galaxy S7 Edge has model number SM-G935.

galaxy note 7 aa

While this is not exactly visual evidence of a more clear cut nature, the fact that Samsung has a page stub for something is at the very least hope for those disappointed by the prospects of a sloping screen on the next Note.

Given that Edge models have consistently carried a higher price point than their standard display siblings, it has already been argued that Samsung wouldn’t release just a single solo Note model, and all the more so given that there are a number of customers who have a personal dislike of the curved display, either from an aesthetic or functional point of view.

What do you think?