Samsung is gearing up to soon release refurbished Galaxy Note 7 in Korea. The device has paid a visit to certification site FCC hinting that its launch is just round the corner. This falls in line with a past rumor that the refurbished Note 7 will be launched in Samsung’s parent country next month.
The refurbished Galaxy Note 7 has appeared on FCC bearing model numbers SM-N935S, SM-N935K and SM-N935L revealing that Samsung plans to release the device in Korea via three different carriers viz SK Telecom, KT Corporation and LG Uplus.
As the date for its release is inching closer, leaks are getting intensified. Just yesterday a leak revealed the color choices Samsung will release the refurbished Galaxy Note 7 which are Coral Blue, Black, White and Silver. It has also been spotted on WiFi Alliance last month.
Samsung plans to retain all the specsheet of original Galaxy Note 7 in the refurbished model, except for the battery and software. The refurbished Galaxy Note 7 will include 3200mAH battery, which has been downgraded from 3500mAH as found in original ones and reasonably so. The software on board will be upgraded to Nougat from Marshmallow.
It is rumored to be priced at $620 (700,000 won) which is $250 cheaper than the price of original Note 7 which was $870 (988,900 won).