Galaxy Note 7 case stops by FCC
The Galaxy Note 7 has leaked in photos and yes, even component parts for the device, but there was little about the device outside of benchmarks that tell us the US market will get the Snapdragon SoC model. The Note 7 iris scanner now has additional details as opposed to what little we knew before, which is something worth hanging on to. Recently, though, cases and covers for the upcoming handset started appearing online, a sign that manufacturers are prepping their best cases yet for what will be a huge hit when Samsung announces it in a matter of weeks. Those cases, though, have been confirmed for an online retailer, but tell us little about just how many of those leaked Galaxy Note 7 case covers are intended for the US market.
Thanks to a new Galaxy Note 7 case, we know at least 1 case that is intended for the market: Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 LED View Cover. The Galaxy Note 7 case stopped by the FCC and was caught by the source below two days ago when looking through official Federal Communication Commission (FCC) documentation.
We imagine that the Galaxy Note 7 case (LED View Cover) will work similarly to the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge LED View Covers that leaked from the FCC before the official announcement at MWC 2016, meaning that they’ll display time, date, weather, email, call, and other notifications pertinent to the individual based on the apps he or she uses regularly. The difference between this Galaxy Note 7 case and those that leaked through MobileFun is that the LED View Cover is designed specifically by Samsung for its own devices. I’ve been testing out wireless charging battery packs (3,100mAh) for the Galaxy S7 edge and have found them to be better cases that do more of what I want than typical Otterbox cases that have become so popular for the most fragile devices.
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