So you thought that the Galaxy Note 7 won’t see the ray of daylight after the battery fiscal then you were wrong as Samsung has already decided to launch Galaxy Note 7 Refurbished version namely as a “Galaxy Note 7R” were “R” stands for refurbished Version.
Well, now a few live photos allegedly showing one such unit have surfaced out of Vietnam, where the company does have manufacturing facilities, so it could very well be the real thing.
The New “Galaxy Note 7R” has been assigned a different model number as the settings menu can attest to – N935 now, as opposed to the N930 of the original one. What makes it different is the battery capacity in the new Note 7R which is 3,200mAh, 300mAh less than what originally Note7 v1.0 had. This will surely cool it down the new Note 7R
While the rest of features is same, it consists of a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen protected by Gorilla Glass 5, and had an Exynos 8890 or a Snapdragon 820 chipset under the hood coupled with 4GB Ram along with 64GB of native storage.
The 12MP camera on the back came with an f/1.7 aperture and OIS. The selfie snapper in front weighed in at 5MP and Android 6.0 was pre-installed. Additionally, it includes an iris scanner, a fingerprint scanner to protect your stuff from unwanted people.
The Refurbished Galaxy Note 7R can show up on the shelves of US, along with India and other Asian countries at the half of its original rate likely to be Rs 25,000 ($370). What your choice on it will you buy the Galaxy Note 7R or wait for Galaxy Note 8 drop your comments below.