Jun 13, 2017 06:39 AM EDT
Samsung release Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus in March, however, the company is still having lots of surprises in the pocket to release this year. Samsung Galaxy Note7R is going to be the next flagship by Samsung.The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note7R will be available in the same colors - Black Onyx, Blue Coral, Gold Platinum and Silver Titanium - as its forerunner, the Galaxy Note7, reveals a new report published by Korean outlet.
The report is coming from Korean iNexs24 citing an anonymous industry source who also shares that the refurbished Galaxy Note 7R will be launched at the beginning of July. The Samsung Galaxy Note7Ris expected to release in the market in the beginning of July, but volume may vary greatly depending on the supply, reveals an anonymous industry source in a statement issued to publication on Friday, June 9.
The color scheme will not be the only similarity between the Samsung Galaxy Note7R and the Galaxy Note7, either. The smartphone is also said to feature the same design, with the main difference being a big 'R' symbol on the back to indicate that it's a refurbished unit, according to Sammobile.
The Samsung Galaxy Note7R will probably share its entire specs sheet with the Galaxy Note7, save for the battery that is expected to be a smaller 3,200mAh unit. This means the device can be expected to have that an octa-core Exynos 8890 with 4GB of RAM, a 5.7" 1440p Super AMOLED with HDR credentials and an excellent 12MP camera with bright f/1.7 optics and Dual Pixel autofocus.
Out of the three-to-four million Samsung Galaxy Note, 7 units were recalled. It is believed that a clear 300,000 will go on sale in South Korea, with each reportedly having a relatively heavy price tag of 732,000 won, which is approximate $650.
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