Guess what, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has just been cleared by Wi-Fi Alliance indicating that its launch is not far away. Yes, you read that right!
The original Galaxy Note 7 alongside a refurbished model carrying model numbers SM-N930F and SM-N935S respectively stopped by at the Wi-Fi Alliance today. Both of them were running Android 7.0 Nougat.
We are not sure why the original Galaxy Note 7 is back again in the picture. Perhaps the company is planning to disable the rest of Note 7 handsets before launching the refurbished model as noted by the folks at Android Headlines.
Speaking of which, the company is expected to launch the smartphone with a lower capacity battery. Rumors suggest at either the inclusion of a 3,000mAh or a 3,200mAh battery on the refurbished model.
Other specs, however, will remain the same. The company is expected to launch the refurbished Galaxy Note 7 in its home country, South Korea alongside a few other emerging countries which should include India considering it’s one of the biggest markets for Samsung.
Source: Wi-Fi Alliance