The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has left the market in a controversial way. The South Korean company's terminal was contested several times until Samsung decided to collect more than 3.4 million smartphones.
But the story of Samsung's most talked about device, for bad reasons, is far from over. We can see here the last chapter and conclusions about the causes of the "disaster".
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Samsung officially announced today that the secure units of the phablet will go back to the market as "refurbished"This move was taken after several criticisms of Green Peace due to the lack of explanation to the world of what they would do with smartphones.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will come with the same features as before but with a battery with less mAh, ie theoretically safer. In short, a smaller battery so that it is not so confined to the sleek body of the device.
Is the Galaxy Note 7 back !?
There is no information yet on which markets the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will receive the device to, however I still think this will not be the best medicine for Samsung.
After the Note 7 crash, the company did everything it could to get it over with, and going back to the shelves with an "explosive" terminal should not be the best medicine.
Bringing the Galaxy Note 7 back in is simply a bad move
When I hands-on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which you will see below, I was honestly surprised by its build quality, design and power. But to be honest it was one of the smartphones that I didn't dare to charge your energy, so the review never came out on our part.
With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8 scheduled for Wednesday, we should certainly hear more about the Note 7 issue. The best thing to do is watch out for EBox and you will know everything that will happen from now on.
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