Samsung will soon begin selling a refurbished version of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, which last year became notorious after some handsets caught fire.Samsung Electronics will soon begin selling a refurbished version of its controversial Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, which cost the company millions in losses last year.As the sources told Yonhap news agency,that in the end of July the refurbished version would be available in the market and its approx price would be $US600.
Samsung gets FCC approval to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 smartphones despite of the exploding of the batteries in Note 7.The south Korean company had get an approval of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).Samsung claiming that the coming model is more reliable and will not any inconvenience for the users.Some rumors are also their that the model is not be available in USA and Canada.
Cool but lets see Is the company wanted to overcome their previous collapse of the product or they are going to maintain their market before launching another giant Note 8.Even if Samsung has managed to make the Note 7 safe, it seems impossibly silly for the company to keep dredging up the ghost of last year’s spectacular failure. Rumor has it that the follow up device—the Note 8?—is on the way sometime soon. In the meantime, Samsung should ride the coat tails of its very successful Galaxy Note 8.