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Samsung Will Sell Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 as Reported

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Reports said that the Company will try to finish refurbishing of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 as early as possible and they will start sold refurbished Galaxy Note 7 by early June to the market. The Company comes to a conclusion that they will reduce the battery capacity between 3,000 and 3,200 mAh.

South Koren local media had reported that Samsung Electronics would sell reconstructed Galaxy Note 7 to fulfill the loss to first profit damage. The company will sell refurbish Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in India, Vietnam, and other countries also. Moreover, the Company also decide to sold some units of them in South Korea market before the launch of the Galaxy Note 8.

Meanwhile, The Company comes to a conclusion after making the plan to sold refurbish Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that they will reduce the battery capacity to 3,500 mAh from the first battery lifeline reported by Hankyung.

Reported that Samsung to finish refurbishing of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Soon

Reports said that the Company would try to finish refurbishing of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 as early as possible and they will start sold refurbished Galaxy Note 7 by early June to the market. The Company comes to a conclusion that they will reduce the battery capacity between 3,000 and 3,200 mAh. In Refurbish Galaxy Note 7 core components will be reused, but the Company made the change in the design of the cases to give smartphones a new smart look.

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Samsung reported earlier that the huge aspect amount of selling devices in the market had been refurbishing and if we give a conclusion after seeing aspect chart of selling devices in the market than 98 percent of 3.06 million devices selling to the market bring back to the Company, Only 2,00,000 units of the devices find out the cause of the battery fire and around 2.5 million units on standby.

Samsung has come to a conclusion to selling refurbish phones in the market can help the Company to minimize profit damage by do not pay fine for environmental damages. Korea’s environment ministry has previously said that they will apply outstanding charges on the tech giants if the remaining units of Galaxy Note 7 will not depose properly.

Last month, Samsung reported that faulty batteries were the primary cause of the last year disaster and there is no issue with the phone itself.

Muskan Jain
Muskan is an enthusiast Author as well as a web developer and loves to write about everything related to the Flagship OS of the Brands, With that she covers PC & Software section of Enzuke.
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