Samsung officially launched that they recycle its devices and sell refurbished devices of Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung is the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. As we know about the incident happened with Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Galaxy Note 7 battery issues take Samsung’s reputation down. A few days ago, According to the rumours said that Samsung starts selling its refurbished smartphones. Now they officially launched that Samsung Note 7 is back and they will sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung was launched Note 7 in last year at the start of September. But unexpectedly Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s batteries start to heat up and catching fire. Samsung faced a lot of loss, and they also replaced almost 1 Million Note 7 devices at the end of the September 2016. But after the replacing devices, Note 7 also caught fire and start heating.
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Samsung stated about the relaunch of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in a press conference:
The objective of introducing refurbished devices is sole to reduce and minimise any environmental impact. The product details including the name, technical specification and price range will be announced when the device is available. Samsung will not be offering refurbished Galaxy Note 7 devices for rent or sale in the US.
After the incident of batteries, they stopped selling note 7 mobile phones. Samsung investigates about the case. After complete the investigation, Samsung revealed its official report, they said in a report that the real cause of battery explosion in a smartphone. They also mentioned that two problems happened in Galaxy Note 7 including catching fire in some cases and overheating the device.
Samsung also mentioned that they will not launch its refurbish Galaxy Note 7 in US and Canada. They will launch in emerging markets. Some of the reports said that Samsung replaced the batteries and they will sell with 3000 to 3200 mAh batteries instead of 3500 mAh batteries of the smartphone. They also said that Note 7 comes with some new designed.