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Pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 7 now open in Dubai

We have just received information that pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 7 are now open in Dubai. Customers can pre-order one right now and be the first to get their hands on it when the handset is released next month. Pre-orders can be made by making a deposit of AED 500 (~$130) until August 2 which is when Samsung will formally unveil the Galaxy Note 7 in New York.

Earlier today we told you that it’s likely that T-Mobile will start taking pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 7 next week as Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Note 7 on the very same day it officially unveils it. Now that pre-orders have been opened in Dubai it seems more plausible for T-Mobile and other carriers in the United States to do the same. It won’t be surprising if we start seeing retailers and carriersĀ open pre-orders for this handset in other markets as well. It was said a couple of weeks ago that Samsung may also release the Galaxy Note 7 on August 2 and now the chances of that actually happening are increasing. Customers who pre-order the Galaxy Note 7 in Dubai will receive a 128GB microSD card for free, it’s unclear right now if Samsung is going to throw in a Gear VR headset for all pre-order customers like it did with the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge.

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bharatsai
bharatsai

6gb ram?

shtat
shtat

Curved screen is totally useless.
Never buy a curved screen mobile ever, I have had a bad experience with the S6 edge plus.
First of all no original glass screen protector of any kind ever made by Samsung where as all the ones at ebay or Amazon are made in China or bad quality next day after you stick it the cover go off.
2- if happened to break your screen then forget it…that cost you hell lot of money.

mobilephil
mobilephil

What a load of rubbish!

MaesterB
MaesterB

If they’re giving away something free, maybe they should give the options of the Fit2 instead of the VR.

I’d get more use out of the Fit2 than the VR. Maybe.

HeatNation
HeatNation

Awesome!

ijazali
ijazali

That’s good news