According to reports that were posted today, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be making its way to the UK later this year.

This comes after the manufacturer decided not to launch the current Galaxy Note 5 in the UK when it was announced, although the device can now be purchased through third-party retailers, it never made its way to mobile carriers.

However, according to reports, the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will come at a price, and apparently as part of this, Samsung would not launch the Galaxy S7 Edge+ in the UK.

We already know that Samsung will be hosting an event for a new Galaxy phone at MWC later this month, where they are expected to announce the new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.

Reports also claim that a Galaxy S7 Edge+ announcement will be coming later on.

This is definitely great news for Note fans in the UK, who will reportedly be able to pick up the smartphone at the end of the Summer.

We don’t know anything official about this, but we should hear more about this at MWC 2016 later this month.

Via: TechRadar



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