Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 to go on sale at the end of June

Samsung will launch a refurbished variant of the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 in South Korea through three carriers at the end of June, reveals ET News. It’s believed that 300,000 of the recalled three-to-four million units will go on sale in the region, and will sport a new 3,200mAh battery instead of the 3,500mAh cell found on board its predecessor.

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While the firm is still negotiating branding and pricing, the publication has reason to believe that the handset will be called the Galaxy Note 7 R (SM-N935) and will carry a price tag of around 700,000 won ($620), approximately 300,000 won ($266) less than the original Galaxy Note 7, which was priced at 989,890 won ($878) when it hit the shelves back in September, 2016.

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