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Sales of the Galaxy Note 7 were suspended last September, but Samsung confirmed in March that it plans to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7s instead of throwing them away.
Samsung Electronics announced today that it will recycle parts from Galaxy Note 7 smartphones
Samsung Electronics announced today that it will recycle parts from Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, which gained notoriety last year after a battery defect caused several to burst into flames.
The company said in a statement on its Korean site (via Google Translate) that it also expects to recover 157 tonnes of rare metals, including gold, from the devices.
In its new announcement, Samsung said it will recover components like OLED display modules, memory chips, and camera modules from Galaxy Note 7s and reuse them for repairs or recycle them.
Rare metals, including cobalt, copper, and gold, will be recovered during the recycling process.
“Galaxy Note 8 coming in late August
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as informed in YouTube/The Concept Creator 4 This Galaxy Note 8 concept was created by a YouTuber and shows the Samsung Galaxy note 8 with dual camera and the fingerprint scanner embed within the displaySamsung haven’t confirmed which features will come with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 model.
News Group Newspapers Ltd 4 Samsung recalled Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after reports of exploding devicesSamsung was forced to scrap its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones in 2016 after several of them burst into flames.
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