Samsung has announced a major change to the Galaxy S7 lineup, with the Galaxy Note 7 being launched alongside the S8, S8+ and the Galaxy A9.
It’s a big change, and it means Samsung is finally bringing the Note series back.
But while the Galaxy SE lineup is going to be the same as before, the Note lineup will be slightly different.
The S8/S8+ will be available on three different models: the Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A7, with all three being unlocked, with prices ranging from $879 to $1,299.
There are also a few changes to the S7 range, including a 5.7-inch Samsung Exynos 7420 processor and 4GB RAM, which is not a feature found on the S6.
There is also the Note 10.1 update, which improves performance and power efficiency, and the new Galaxy Note Pro, which brings a stylus and camera.
The Galaxy A series is available on two models: a 5-inch variant, and a 5,000mAh version.
The latter is priced at $699, while the former is priced between $1.49 and $1 (depending on carrier).
Samsung has also changed the name of the Galaxy Series to Galaxy S6, but it doesn’t mean there’s any new features.
It will be the Galaxy One.
The Note Series is currently available in a wide variety of colors, with colors ranging from the most muted and matte black to the most vibrant and deep red.
The price range remains the same.
It is not clear how long Samsung will be supporting the Galaxy line, and if they will be sold in stores, but they will only be offered in select markets and will be limited to a limited number of models.
Samsung has not announced any pricing information for the Galaxy X line, which includes a 13-inch and 15-inch version.
Samsung will continue to make phones in its flagship lineup, including the Galaxy Core, Galaxy S5, Galaxy X3 and Galaxy S4.
Samsung’s Note lineup has a lot of exclusives, including some notable smartphones from LG and HTC.
Samsung does not release new smartphones for the company’s other major smartphone line, the Galaxy Tab.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.9 and Tab 7 will be out on October 17th.
Samsung hasn’t revealed the pricing for the Note line.
If you want to find out what’s coming in the Galaxy series, check out our guide to all the Galaxy phones.