Recovered Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debuts on July 7 with Bixby

Fresh reports from South Korea report that Samsung Electronics plans to officially release the restored Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in its home market on July 7, 2017. This was told by the publication ETNews.
Recovered Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debuts on July 7 with Bixby
At the same time, the price will be from 740 to 760 thousand South Korean wons, that is, from 655 to 675 US dollars. Three main Korean operators will be engaged in sales. In addition, the source promises that the restored Galaxy Note FE will be the second Samsung smartphone with the voice assistant Bixby on board. Recall, according to different versions, Galaxy Note 7 can "reborn" as Galaxy Note 7R or Galaxy Note FE, which means Fan Edition, a publication for fans. If you believe the photos that appeared, it's possible to distinguish the restored device quite easily – by the big letter R on the back panel in the lower right corner. Recall, in late March, Samsung officially confirmed plans to return the restored Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on sale, in those cases where possible. As expected, sales of the restored Galaxy Note 7 can start in June 2017 in India and Vietnam. Recovered Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will receive batteries with a capacity of 3000-3200 mAh, which is less than the original, but explosive, 3,500 mAh. According to another version, the smartphone Galaxy Note 7R will come with a 3200 mAh battery in Europe, the US and the Asia-Pacific region, but in a number of other regions it will receive a battery with a capacity of 3,500 mAh, and this will be a modified version of the original battery and a batch of such devices will be small. The devices will also acquire new cases, so the design may differ slightly from the original. All other hardware components will remain exactly as those of the original. In doing so, it will be released with the latest version of the operating system installed – Android 7.0 Nougat. The recall of defective Galaxy Note 7 in the fall of 2016 was unprecedented in scale for Samsung. As the investigation of the causes of ignition and self-explosion of smartphones showed, the explosions were due to the elements of power, or rather because of errors in their manufacture and problems with the technological process of assembly.

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