class=”alignleft size-medium wp-image-1499″ src=”http://www.omni-phone.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/samsung-galaxy-note-7-300×300.jpg” alt=”” width=”300″ height=”300″ />Samsung confirmed it would be bringing its doomed Galaxy Note 7 back to shelves, According to SamMobile the restored handset will be available in South Korea from three mobile carriers at the end of June.
The flagship details including the name, technical specs and price tag will be unveiled as the device is available, but the handset will go on sale as the rebranded name of Galaxy Note 7 R with a price of roughly $620. About 300,000 units of the 4 million Note 7 phones recollected from the region will allegedly go on sale.
The Note 7 R is reportedly said to contain a smaller battery presumably 3,200-mAh instead of 3,500-mAh unit in the original models.
The Note 7 R is likely to be launched with Android 7.0 Nougat.
Nevertheless, whether anyone will trust an exploded phone that actually remains to be seen in the near future, and this may be the cause why the Note 7 R is released in limited countries and quantities. And whether it is a handset that worth revisiting.