Samsung planning on bringing the samsung Galaxy Note 7 back

​Samsung reportedly plans on selling refurbished Note 7 smartphones in emerging markets.

A company official told the report that it is possible the Note 7 could be “aggressively” sold through carriers in South Korea at a reduced price before the expected launch of Galaxy Note 8 later this year.

South Korean tech-giant Samsung is reportedly planning on selling refurbished Note 7 smartphones in emerging markets.

According to a report published by Apple Insider, which quotes sources of the Korea Economic Daily, Samsung plans on re-using the core components from the re-called Note 7 devices in refurbished units in an attempt to recover the costs incurred due to the device’s battery debacle.

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The report further goes on to suggest that Samsung will be replacing the battery in these refurbished devices with a lower capacity version — down from the 3,500mAh to either 3,200mAH or 3,000mAh battery.

“Divisions working on the refurbishment project aim to finish work by May, with the Note 7 going on sale again from June. While it is unlikely the Note 7 will reappear in the United States or Europe, the refurbished units will be mainly sold in emerging markets, including India and Vietnam,” the report read.

A company official told the report that it is possible the Note 7 could be “aggressively” sold through carriers in South Korea at a reduced price before the expected launch of Galaxy Note 8 later this year.

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