Ready to buy it !!! Bring it to EUROPE !!!
PS.: Â…with a good price, of course ;)
Anonymous, 08 Apr 2017why would anyone want this? better buy it a s7 edge instead ?I have the opinion that full screen devices are more susceptible to screen or glass damage if dropped. My S5 took several significant drops before the glass finally fractured. The LCD was fatally damaged by the next significant knock... Due the recall of the Note 7 I replaced the LCD display assembly on my S5 since no other phones on the market take my fancy... I also replaced the midframe - it looks brand new :D
ReesanVaine, 08 Apr 2017True. But in today's terms it's a midrange. I need a flagship. Preferably with quite a punch f... moreProcessing power is a secondary concern for most. What should be a primary concern, however, is whether these refurbished units will have a full update cycle. No point buying this phone, if it exists, should there be a limited cycle of major Android updates.
Will Gsmarena retest the endurance again, or the fans must still in dreaming.
Anonymous, 08 Apr 2017why would anyone want this? better buy it a s7 edge instead ?Some people need the SPen and cannot tolerate a phone that's without it. But I wound rather get the Note 8 than the obsolete Note 7.
Just forget about note7 already,samsung and move on. This will likely make things more complicated
Samsung should make safer approah by adding 3000mAh, not 3200mAh. 3000mAh battery is just good enough for daily usage. And the price should be around $400-$450.
The pricing will be the key. They should price it around half of the original price to make people give it a chance. If they price it anywhere close to S7 edge (which itself is gonna be drop in price soon once S8/S8+ start selling), it will flop.
Anonymous, 08 Apr 2017why would anyone want this? better buy it a s7 edge instead ?S Pen (preference)
USB Type C port
Less degrading battery (S7 Edge can only hold up to 80% of its capacity after a few months, vs 95% of the S8 series that is also the same as will be used on here)
DNeighbor, 08 Apr 2017Changing the number makes a huge difference? LOL.From what I know the new Note7 is pretty much a completely new phone except that they called it refurbished because they remanufactured it from old Note7 material. The old Note7 is disassembled and salvageable components like camera sensors, semicondictors and others are reused. The metal such as nickel, copper, gold and silver are extracted. The rest like batteries and unreusable material are thrown away for good. So, let just assumed its a new smartphone but named as Note7.
For clearing all bad memorials:
Hey Samsung! Give this your refurbished phone to people for $200 and give them $200 gift card, micro SD 256Gb finally AKG earphone
replaced battery to eliminate the issue
renamed to dispel confusion,
released as CPO,
I want this now