The Exynos powered Samsung Galaxy Note 7 starts at € 849 in the German market. This is not really cheap, but at least the phone comes with 64GB storage which should be more than enough for most people.
Just like the Samsung Galaxy S7, the Note 7 for European customers comes with the 64-bit Samsung Exynos 8 Octa 8890 processor that has 4x 2.30GHz Mongoose M1 cores + 4x 1.60GHz Cortex-A53, Samsung own LTE Cat 12 / Cat 13 modem and Mali-T880 MP12 GPU.
The phone supports micro SD too for extra storage, and amongst its notable qualities it has an iris scanner and it is IP68-certified. Note 7 is also the world’s first phone supporting Gorilla Glass 5, a new protection glass that should protect your phone from accidents dropping it, 80 percent of the time.
Gorilla Glass 5 may even protect your phone from drops on asphalt from 1.6 meters, and Note 5 is the first to come with it. Unfortunately, this is not really a cheap phone, but the Note series phones were always on the expensive side.
Galaxy Note 7 should start shipping from August 18 and it is important to note that USA, China and Japan customers will get this phone powered by the Snapdragon 820.