Galaxy Note 7 may reach markets next month




Samsung is poised to launch the refurbished version of its Galaxy Note 7 , with the Fabellit flagship handset expected to arrive in the market next month after receiving the FCC certification and in an effort to recover some of its costs in manufacturing millions Devices.

This comes after the South Korean company’s call-ups last year, unprecedented in the technical center of the Galaxy Note 7, where the company has recovered all devices sold and stop selling the device around the world because of serious problems related to the battery lead to High temperature and explosion.

For the first time, Samsung has unveiled its plan to launch the refurbished phones at the 2017 World Mobile Congress. The company has posted details about the battery problem in its smartphones.

The South Korean company said it would sell the Galaxy Note 7 phones as refurbished phones after consultation with South Korean regulatory authorities and mobile service providers. Information emerged last month indicating that the Galaxy Note 7R is likely to carry the phone.

The information is now confirmed by the FCC certification, which is a strong indication that Samsung is serious about selling the device. According to the contact list, there are three models: SM-N935S, SM-N935K and SM-N935L. The SM- N935S is dedicated to the Korean mobile services company SK Telecom.

While the SM-N935K and SM-N935L models go to LG’s KT Freetel and LG Uplus companies. The launch of Note 7R helps the company reduce its losses, as well as avoiding the environmental sanctions it was supposed to pay the South Korean authorities to dispose of the Galaxy Note phones 7.

The Galaxy Note 7R is expected to be priced at $ 620, which is about $ 250 less than the original price of the $ 775 Galaxy Note 7, and the new device has a 3200mAh battery compared to 3500 mA In the original form.


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