Samsung to Start Selling Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 in India and Vietnam

According to the latest report from The Investor, Samsung is planning to start selling refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units. It is cheaper for the manufacturer to order new batteries and reassemble several million smartphones than to destroy all recalled and never-sold devices. Sources claim that refurbished Note 7 units will be sold in India and Vietnam.

Samsung plans to add new smaller batteries and outer shells to the updated Galaxy Note 7 units. Sources suggest that some other components might be changed as well to ensure the safety of refurbished smartphones.

So far, Samsung has lost $2.6 billion on its recall program. Total losses may reach $6 billion. From this point of view, the decision to start selling refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units looks quite smart.

Would you buy a refurbished Note 7 if you could? Leave your comments down below.

Follow us on Twitter:     

| |


Leave a comment

Written by Andrey

Wednesday, February 22, 2017. 16:55

Leave a Reply

You can login with iPhoneRoot account here.