Samsung had experienced a tragic end of their Galaxy Note 7 brand last year with a series of battery explosions around the globe. As we had reported earlier that the company was seriously working on launching the refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in selected markets.
We have now confirmed reports of when and where the company will be releasing its last year’s explosive gadget without causing any major fires this time.
Earlier, Samsung was rumored to ship a large number of its units to different regions including the USA and other Asian countries, specifically India. But now, it seems that the phone will likely be delayed in these parts of the world.
It seems that the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 may conceal the cracks created in the reputation of the company, also it is to be noted that it has been almost 5 months and no combustion has occurred in the newly launched Samsung S8 and Samsung S8 Plus series.
Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Variants
Reportedly, Samsung has collaborated with three mobile carriers in Korea, SK Telecom, LGU +, and KT for the dissemination of the various variants of the Note 7. Another report says that the company will release the refurbished phones on June 30.
Samsung has reportedly around 2.5 million Note 7 devices left after its last year’s disaster which will be circulated after a few changes. The giant company plans to launch three variants of its previous flagship:
The new phones will be shipped with a smaller-capacity batteries of around 3,000- to 3,200mAh. The new models are likely to show the Samsung fans that this the company knows how to make an explosive comeback.
It is also being rumored that the phones will be launched at the price of $620 (PKR 64,961). We also hope to see this refurbished device soon in Pakistan.