Jun 03, 2017 07:49 AM EDT
Though there is yet no official word from Samsung regarding the release, the Galaxy Note7 Refurbished has been in news pretty often and everything from the design to specs has leaked. Earlier, the phone is listed on a Chinese retail website and now, there is another listing on a Korean e-commerce portal.
According to the listing on Danawa, the Galaxy Note7 Refurbished will be priced at 699,600 won (a little over INR 40,000). The smartphone will be called Samsung Galaxy Note 7 FE and not Samsung Galaxy Note 7R. Additionally, the listing shows the expected arrival date at the end of June that means Samsung might launch the device anytime post the second week this month.
However, the Korean listing is a bit different from the Chinese listing in terms of specifications. While the Chinese version listed two battery variants of the Galaxy Note7 Refurbished, the Korean listing shows just one.
The leaked images on Danawa reveal a design very similar to the original Samsung Galaxy Note 7. However, the listing does not show the back of the Galaxy Note7 Refurbished where Samsung is said to design a visible 'R' to help users understand the device is a refurbished one. If the name is indeed 'FE' as pointed out in the latest listing, then the rear side might have 'FE' instead of 'R', although the naming and the back lettering will be final only post an official Samsung announcement, as reported by BGR.
According to the listing, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 FE will be coming with a 5.7-inch QHD display with 515 ppi. The processor is not mentioned but it is most probable to be Exynos 8890 64-bit Octa-core processor.
The Galaxy Note7 Refurbished listed comes with 64GB internal storage with 4GB RAM with an additional slot for expansion. The rear camera is a 12-megapixel snapper and the front camera is a 5-megapixel selfie shooter. There's just one 3,200mAh battery version listed whereas the Chinese listing also provided a 2,300mAh battery version.
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