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Refurbished Galaxy Note7 shows up on retailer's website

The Galaxy Note7R should hit markets soon, presumably in South Korea and China soon, followed by other markets

By Lana Jelic from May 13, 2017 @ 10:32 CDT

The Galaxy Note7 was discontinued back in October last year, but earlier this year we learned that Samsung plans to release a refurbished version of the device.

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The most recent rumors claim that the refurbished Galaxy Note7 could cost 50% less than the original, meaning around $400. While Samsung still didn't comment on the date of the release, sources from China believe that the phone could hit markets within a month.

A Chinese retailer's website has already listed the Note7R (R for refurbished) on their site at a price of $520-$580. This is a little more than the latest rumors have suggested, but still significantly less than the original Note7 and previous rumors which suggested a $620 price tag.

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The refurbished Galaxy Note7 will come with the same specs as the original, except for the battery. The original Note7 came with a 3,500 mAh battery, while the refurbished one should come with a 3,200 mAh one.

Read also: Refurbished Galaxy Note7 to cost 50% less than original

However, new rumors claim that the Note7R will come in two versions and one of them will have a 3,500 mAh battery, as the original. This is the first time we have heard about this, so take it with a grain of salt.

The Galaxy Note7R should hit markets soon, presumably in South Korea and China soon, followed by other markets.

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NEWS SOURCES:Playfuldroid.com, News.mydrivers.com


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