Feb 22, 2017 10:07 AM EST
Samsung Wants The World To Forget About Galaxy Note 7; Will Bring Galaxy S8, Note 8 To Stores ASAP
Samsung has recently confirmed that they will not going to bring back the Galaxy Note 7 through selling refurbished units which will be called Note &s. With this regard, the South Korean seemingly want the world to forget about the unfortunate devices, thus, they are in a hurry to bring in Galaxy S8 and Note 8 to the market as soon as possible. Read more details here!
Galaxy Note 7 is Not Coming Back from the Dead
There are reports circulating online referring to the coming back of the demised Galaxy Note 7 in which Samsung is reportedly working with to release in emerging markets such as India and Vietnam. However, according to Mashable, this report has been refuted by Samsung and call it "incorrect" that the company is not going to sell refurbished units of Note 7.
The false report was originally came from a Korean publication named Hangkyung which states that the Samsung has done minor redesigns to Galaxy Note 7 where the battery is downgraded from 3,500 mAh to 3,200 mAh or 3,000 mAh. The report also claims that the refurbished units will be ship to the India and Vietnam staring June of this year to recover the lost caused by the global recall of the shipped units.
Samsung is Excited to Release Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8
Instead of releasing refurbished Note 7 as what the refuted reports claim, Samsung is apparently excited to release the 2017 flagship smartphones Galaxy S8 with Plus variant and Galaxy Note 8 with Edge variant as well. The two flagships are reportedly innovative, safer and better thus, expected to gain back the customers' trust.
Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 will both sport an AMOLED display being the first of its kind and will be powered by the latest chipsets from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 835. SlashGear reported that Galaxy S8 is slated to launch in Mar. 29 while there is no confirmed details about the launching date of Galaxy Note 8.