Everyone had been anxiously waiting for Samsung to launch its two new phablets the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and when Samsung did launch these devices it infuriated the whole European market. This was because the South Korean giant stated that the devices will not be available in Europe.
However recently a customs and certification sites showed an SM-N920F version of the flagship phablet. In the past the ‘F’ suffix has been used for the European version of Samsung’s phones such as the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5.
Now this SM-N920F version has been spotted on Bluetooth.org which is basically the authority that certifies new devices as compliant to the connectivity standard. Moreover import database listing in India has shown that parts for the same variant have already entered the country from Korea. So this means that there is a European version of these new devices.
News that supports our claim is an article in Korean media which has focused on the device’s price, which is lower than the previous generations in its home country. Now what is interesting is that the article mentions an August 28th European launch date.