Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 Might Hit Market Next Month
After the Samsung Galaxy Note 7fiasco previous year, many of us wondered what Samsung was likely to do with the handsets.Samsung had to recall the handsets as a part of a safety procedure. The company also had a hard time to recall all the devices because many of the customers wouldn’t give up on their sexy looking beast. It was one of the greatest loss that the company has gone through and the efforts from Samsung to take responsibility for the Note 7 disaster was worth praising.
However, after more than eight months of the initial launch, Galaxy Note 7 is expected to reborn sometime around next month. Samsung is all set to release the refurbished model of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with a bit lower price and a safer battery. Note 7 has recently passed through FCCcertification which brings the device closer to the launch date. However, the phone is likely to be launched only in South Korea for now.
Unlike the previous exploding batteries, Samsung has switched to a 3,200mAh battery on the handset. The previous Note 7 packs a slightly bigger 3,500mAh battery. As for now, other features and hardware remain the same in the new refurbished model. The official pricing of the refurbished handset is not out yet but there are few leak sources. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 might be priced at around $620 which is $250 cheaper than the original Note 7. However, this is not the official news from the company.
Features of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (Refurbished)
5.7 inch Super AMOLED screen with 1440×2560 resolution
4 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage expandable up to 256 GB
Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow)
12 MP Rear Camera with f/1.7, 5 MP Front Camera with f/1.7
Front mount Fingerprint Scanner and Iris Scanner
Non-removable Li-Ion 3200mAh battery
As long as the company keeps the price of the handset down, Galaxy Note 7R might be able to make a decent sale. What do you think of the Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 from Samsung? Will you be buying the device if it hits the Nepali market? Let us know in the comments below.