Samsung Galaxy Note 7
A few days ago we already reported to our readers about expected release of refurbished Galaxy Note 7. Reportedly the unlucky Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is coming back with its refurbish models as the old flagship gets approval certificate from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In a list issued by FCC, different model number (SM-N935KOR, N935K, N935L & N935S) are listed on the list and they are believed to be the model number of refreshed Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for different areas.
The model number we write above were already wandering on the web for Samsung Galaxy Note 7. According to GSMArena, these models belong to Korea as we have told before it is going to launch in South Korea at first.
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The Smartphone is expected to go on sale at the end of the next month June. Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be launch with the price tag of $620 (₩700,000) which is near 30 percent low comparatively the old Galaxy Note 7. As you know, the battery was the main flaw in the original old flagship, now in the refurbished model, you will get 3250mAh battery while old was having 3500mAh.
Besides Korea, we are not seeing it very soon in India and Pakistan. Reportedly Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 7 going to have same specifications like old one but only battery capacity has been decreased.