On Sunday, Samsung Electronics said they would start to sell the refurbished version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone in South Korea from July 7. There is no much difference between refurbished Note 7 and Original Note 7, apart from battery and price. The restored version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 comes with smaller battery while compared to original Note 7.
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The Original Note 7 was made available at a price tag of Rs 59,990. However, the refurbished version of the Galaxy Note 7 will be launched at a price around Rs 39, 534. The refurbished unit will be launched in four colours of black onyx, blue coral, gold platinum, and silver titanium. The device will be open to consumers from July 7 but only in Korean markets. Along with the phone, they will also offer a cover case.
Initially, the original Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was a pretty good device which suffered a significant fall out due to the innumerable battery firing across the world. Due to that, the firm was forced to recall all the Note 7 units. Now with the relaunch of Galaxy Note 7, the primary factor that the company kept in mind is the battery. The original Note 7 was launched with a massive battery of 3500mAh, and the new version will come with the reduced battery backup of 3200mAh.
The battery of the restored model is said to have gone through the same 8 safety test that the company conducted for the Galaxy S8. The Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 comes with the same software that is on the Samsung S8 and S8+. The company is expected to sell over 400,000 units in Korea. There are some reports that the device may enter a few more selected markets. In a report, the Samsung India spokesperson denied the launch of refurbished version of Galaxy Note 7 in India.
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