Refurbished Galaxy Note7 launches in Korea in June for $250 less

April 25th, 2017   decode   news

Like a phoenix, the Samsung Galaxy Note7 is soon going to rise from its ashes. And hopefully not explode anymore. After having seen the refurbished Note7 being Wi-Fi certified yesterday, now we have a release time frame to speak of.

In Samsung’s home country of South Korea, the refurbs will become available in June, confirming an earlier report on the matter. To grab a unit you’ll need to pay KRW 700,000, which currently means $620. That’s around $255 less than what the Note7 was going for when it was released last year, namely KRW 988,900 ($875).

It’s hard to speculate what this…

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