Reports indicates that Samsung might start selling refurbished phones soon
Phone manufacturers usually try to target the largest audiences with their mid-range and entry level offerings and then, go on to create their flagships for a select few that can shell out the required amount of money to have it but another way they look at to make their income, which Samsung is also said to be considering at the moment, is the sale of refurbished phones.
This claim comes out of a speculative report that got published this morning and it is said that next year might be the time when the South Korean OEM starts to offer previously used and owned devices for prices lesser than they were originally bought for.
From this information, we don’t have a specific time line as to when this programme would start, if it would start at all, in what countries Samsung wishes to launch this kind of programme and even, the price at which they would be offering their refurbished smartphones but we do know that it is very likely to be sometimes soon.
This would be a huge revenue booster for the company who are definitely enjoying some good financial success this time around and they could further increase their reach in countries like India where the people do not have the capacity to buy these high end devices.
According to a report, Samsung used phones care usually priced at about 51% of their original cost, which represents a good deal.
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