After much speculations, rumors and leaks the refurbished units of Galaxy Note 7 are finally coming to market in June 2017. The refurbished Note 7s are rumored to come with smaller capacity battery and comparatively less price than that of the original Note7. Now a South Korean News publication reports that the speculations are true and Samsung is really planning to bring back the Galaxy Note 7.
The Galaxy Note 7 was originally released in July 2016 and it was the best Note that Samsung has ever made. Soon after the release, it went through 2 times global recall due to the faulty battery. Taking customers safety as a priority and due to the massive failure of the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung has developed new battery safety technique and announced that these safety techniques will be applied to all the upcoming Samsung phones. As per the report, Samsung currently has 3-4 million recalled Galaxy Note 7 units.
Samsung will officially release the refurbished Galaxy Note 7 in South Korea with 3 carriers and in future these refurbished Notes might be available in India and Vietnam. The refurbished Galaxy Note 7 will be called as “Galaxy Note 7 R” and the model number will be SM-N935. The original model number of the Galaxy Note 7 was SM-N930. Similarly this refurbished unit will have a 3200mAh battery instead of 3500mAh which was present in the original unit. The approximate price of this refurbished Galaxy Note 7 will be ₹40,000 which will be nearly ₹20,000 less than the original price. All the other functions such as the S Pen, Iris scanner, Camera will be the same as that of the original Note 7.
These are the specification of the Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung has started the Note series as a business phone, but soon after the release of the first Note it got massive hype and well appreciated by artists and several other kind of users. The Note series has created its own fan following. “Once a Note user is always a Note user” – which is believed by a lot of Galaxy Note owners. If you are a Galaxy Note fan, let us know your impressions over this news.