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Galaxy Note 7 devices start in Korea in June

Samsung plans to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 devices at the end of June in South Korea, with a considerably lower price tag.

Last month, Samsung revealed its plans to sell refurbished Note 7 devices, after rumours started doing the rounds.
Dubbed Galaxy Note 7R, the refurbished variant would be available for purchase through the major carrier networks in the country.
Besides, the next-gen Galaxy Note is expected to be released at the end of August or early September.
The refurbished Note 7 running Android 7.0 Nougat received Wi-Fi certification recently.

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Galaxy Note 8 Concept Pictures

Galaxy Note 8
Galaxy Note 8 Concept Pictures

You can have a look at more images of the Galaxy Note 8 concept below:
Have a look at what they came up with:© YouTubeConcept phones, in general, seem to be far fetched, but this Galaxy Note 8 concept looks realistic.
Samsung has already received 30% percent more pre-orders than it did with the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.
If one can notice, the concept art looks very similar to the Galaxy S8 by keeping a full display front as the star attraction.
In fact, it might even make early adopters of the Galaxy S8 jealous.

 

 

 

Galaxy Note 7 refurb will have a drastically reduced price

according to Galaxy Note 7 refurb will have a drastically reduced price Although it’s off to a strong start, the hype around the Galaxy S8 and S8+ will most likely have died down after two or so months.
Selling refurbished Galaxy Note 7’s might be Samsung’s last ditch effort to salvage components from recalled units and recoup its losses.
According to Korean media, the OEM will be re-launching the Galaxy Note 7 in Korea by the end of June.
The Galaxy Note 7, when it was still fresh and unburnt last year, launched for 989,900 KRW, roughly $875.
Of course, it will be a refurbished version, and one that will have a significantly lower battery capacity and a matching significantly lower price tag.

collected by :Clara William

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