Reports from South Korea indicates that Samsung may sell refurbished Note 7 units
Back in the month of September of last year, there were some reports that Samsung might not have fully forgotten about the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 units, and that we could still see them in the market, although in refurbished form. A report coming out from South Korea now seems to be confirming the same story and in the space of a few weeks, we could see the refurbished form of this Note flagship launch again.
The refurbished units are billed to hit the market sometimes around June of this year and then, they would make the first entry through markets such as India and Vietnam. From the reports, it has been stated that these units would ship with a smaller battery instead and also have some key parts changed.
Just last month, Samsung finally came out with the report of the investigations they were carrying out on the Note 7 and then, they heaped all of the blame on the battery as being the main cause of explosions. They even claimed that the battery defects on the original and replacements units were different, and so the causes of explosions were not sole. Well, if they could pull off this replacement deal, maybe they could make back some of their losses on the Note iteration
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