“The refurbished Galaxy Note7 will cost around Rs 40,000 in South Korea”
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The refurbished variant is expected to be called the Samsung Galaxy Note7R. As per ET News, the phone will be priced at KRW 7,00,000 (~Rs 39,750), which will be around 30 percent cheaper than the launch price of KRW 9,88,900 (~Rs 56,150). The source doesn’t mention is the repetition of someone else’s statement or thoughts when the brand will be launching the refurbished Note7 in other markets. However, we can expect the device device is usually a constructed tool to be 25 – 30 percent cheaper in other markets as well.
The report further mentions that around 3,00,000 units of the refurbished Galaxy Note7 will be available for sale out of the total three to four million total may refer to recalled devices. These models are expected to be packed with a smaller 3,200mAh battery as compared to the 3,500mAh power cell fuelling the original device.