Samsung Note 7 just won't die! Even after its unfortunate device shortly after its debut, the Korean tech giant is yet planning to revive the mobile device by offering it with 3,200mAh battery. Months ago, it has been determined that the battery is the main culprit behind its combustion issue, so why release the device with the battery as its main selling point?
The Samsung Note 7 has been reported to be available as refurbished version in emerging countries such as India and Vietnam. With this latest update, it seems that it is up for an understated comeback. This news somehow holds water as leaked photos came about showing that such refurbished version has been seen in Vietnam. It also has a model number SM-N935.
This somehow makes sense, if confirmed. Samsung has a facility in Vietnam so having it available there is a possibility. The refurbished Samsung Note 7 will have a 3,200mAh battery. If Samsung is bent on having the Note 7 widely available again in some areas, intense and in-depth product testing must be underway.
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If this is indeed coming to fruition, Samsung has to be sure that the device will be 100 percent safe for use. As it is allegedly going to be available in Vietnam, will the Vietnamese support and patronize a phone that's considered long gone? Surprisingly, they might. Vietnam is an emerging country which craves for any technological advancements available for half the price.
Since Galaxy S8 and S8+ may take a longer while to reach the Vietnamese soil, some may actually consider settling for the Note 7. Features such as the refurbished Note 7 having an iris scanner, fingerprint scanner, and super AMOLED screen protected by Gorilla Glass 5 may interest them even if it is refurbished.
The Samsung Note 7 used to be a promising device. Now that it is somehow making a comeback in some Asian countries, it is still expected to deliver its promise that is now forgotten in other parts of the world. Second chances are still possible and for the Note 7, it just might happen in Asia.