Refurbished Galaxy Note7 to cost 50% less than original

Earlier reports suggested a price of around $620, but the latest leak claims that the price will be around $400.

| May 12, 2017 at 9:32 am CDT

Earlier this year, Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Note7 isn't quite dead yet. The company announced plans to bring back the device as "refurbished or rental phones."

Refurbished Galaxy Note7 to cost 50% less than original | TweakTown.com

A source close to the company confirmed that the phone will be back with certain adjustments. Of course, the battery will be one of them.

Read also: Samsung confirms that the Note7 isn't quite dead yet

The original Note7 came with a 3,500 mAh battery, while the refurbished one should come with a 3,200 mAh one, as previously rumored.

The source also revealed that the phone might sell at a much lower price than the original. Earlier reports suggested a price of around $620, but the latest leak claims that the price will be around $400.

Read also: Alleged photo of the upcoming Galaxy Note8 emerges

Samsung still hasn't confirmed when they will launch the refurbished Galaxy Note7, but it will be before the launch of the Galaxy Note8. The Note 8 will likely debut this fall, but not much is know about the phone, other than that the company is working on it.

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