As you already know many of you, already done around a month that Samsung confirmed its decision to sell the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 refurbished units in certain markets as part of its policy of protection of the environment and, of course, also as a way to reduce losses to rais of the forced removal of circulation of this device.
Well, these plans continue forward and now we’ve learned that these devices restored and/or repaired already boast Wi-Fi certification. In particular, the model that is referenced is the SM-N935S and seems to come with Android 7.0 Nougat.
Galaxy Note 7 device was originally launched by the South Korean company Samsung in August of last year, by which the terminals began to be distributed with the operating system Android Marshmallow.
Little later, and after the explosives incidents already we all know, in the month of October the company definitely canceled the manufacture of Galaxy Note 7, time initiating recovery of the units which had been distributed. Between late January and early February came the first rumors that Samsung could seek to take advantage of some of these terminals to be sold in certain markets, plans that were confirmed last March, as I reported in Androidsis.
At the moment, is unknown when exactly, the price and the countries in which Galaxy Note 7 will once again be relaunched as a refurbished device, but they have already been discarded countries like United States and Canada).
From Sammobile, they point out that the “S” in the model code indicates that the device is destined to the nation of Samsung, South Korea, but it will still have to wait for confirmation.
How about the strategy of Samsung? You be willing to purchase a Galaxy Note 7 refurbished if it finally goes on sale in Spain or in your country?