Those patiently waiting to get their hands on the so-called Galaxy Note FE may have to wait a little longer than expected as a new report from Korean media outlet News1 claims that Samsung has pushed the handset’s release back to July 30.
So… Why the delay? Well, it’s thought that the firm was struggling to produce the 300,000 units of the Galaxy Note FE it reportedly set aside for the region in time for the original July 7 launch date — but that’s unconfirmed.
If you haven’t been following the leaks closely and are starting to feel a little bit lost, let us catch you up: the Galaxy Note FE is rumored to be the successor to the Galaxy Note 7, and should sport an almost identical design to it.
The Galaxy Note FE is also said to feature the same internals, with the main exception being that it will have a 3,200mAh battery, which is 300mAh smaller than the one found on board the Galaxy Note 7.
Obviously, there’s no way to verify any of this information, so it should be taken with a considerable pinch of salt. That said, it doesn’t sound like we’ll have to wait too much longer to find out more about the handset.