Following the demise of the Galaxy Note 7, we’ve heard multiple rumors stating that the phone would make a return in the form of a refurbished and safe device. Today, Samsung has officially confirmed that it plans to do this along with detailing plans to recycle remaining Note 7 inventory.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Stories March 27
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Yesterday we heard that Samsung was possibly going to resurrect the Galaxy Note 7 with the same design, specs, and features, but with a new, smaller and safer battery. Many are still interested in picking up the Note 7, but it seems like the company doesn’t have plans of bringing it back…
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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Stories February 21
A report emerged this morning claiming that Samsung might bring back the Galaxy Note 7. This is exciting news as the Note 7 was one of the best selling and most popular smartphones of 2016. So popular, in fact, that Samsung had to roll out firmware updates that intentionally bricked handsets so that owners would actually return their possibly dangerous devices.
With Samsung potentially selling refurbished models of the Note 7, would you consider buying one?
We didn’t get a ton of truly great smartphones last year outside of options like the Huawei Mate 9, Samsung Galaxy S7, and of course the Google Pixel. However, there was one that really stood out ─ the Galaxy Note 7. With that release, Samsung had something incredible on its hands, until it blew up in their faces ─ literally. Now, after revealing the cause of the explosion, Samsung is rumored to be bringing the device back, at least for certain markets.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Stories February 20
After everything that happened with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 last year, many customers have been fairly wary about the company’s devices, some even stating that they’ll never use a smartphone made by the Korean giant ever again. Now, that lack of trust is showing, as Samsung’s reputation in the United States has plummeted down to #49 out of 100.