AnonD-625621, 22 Feb 2017I see this as positive move only if its priced low enough.Nice marketing!
I dont know but Somewhere in my mind something is always telling me that it was not a battery problem.
I want to buy it in UK... don't care it "had" battery issue... it is still top phone on this planet .. until maybe S8 release.
system is outdated, 4gb ram.. now most company planning to use atleast 6gb ram, higher chipset, improved perfomance. so, selling back with high price is not worth it. XD
Here is another report says apple selling its company to samsung. Trust me its real.
Refurb Note 7 aren't going to help them. Give us a nice Note 8 with hardware keys, and maybe a Note 5 Neo for budget conscious persons, both with NFC, IR and SD slots.
I want to buy one of those with if they sell.... I just loved that phone.....with hoping this time it would be a safe phone
AnonD-636056, 22 Feb 2017It must be sold at 200 $ max price Keep dreaming. I think news about refurbished Note7 is fake. India and Vietnam had denied it too. No more Note7 news please. This is just stupid.
Duh, of course not. First they will sell them in other markets and then when those stop selling they will take the remaining leftover units and dump those into the Indian market.
Why can't they just redesign the battery to make sure it has some breathing space, then they can sell them refurbished?