Good News for Samsung Loyalists: Galaxy Note 7 Might Make Its Way to India Very Soon

We only hope they don’t explode this time.

    Samsung has had a rough time since the first reports of the Galaxy Note 7 battery explosions popped up online. It had recalled the device twice before making the hard choice - discontinue the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for good.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Might Make Its Way to India Very Soon

    However, it seems like the company is not done with the smartphone yet. While folks at Samsung are still figuring out the primary reason behind the unexpected battery explosions, Samsung is apparently planning to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units in India in 2017.

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    A SamMobile report read "Samsung has not made a final decision yet, but it will likely sell the refurbished Note 7 units next year."

    Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Might Make Its Way to India Very Soon

    The same blog has also cited that Samsung will be mostly targeting the emerging markets like India and Vietnam to sell the Galaxy Note 7.

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    That said, the report doesn't shed any light on how Samsung is going to ensure the refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units from exploding. As we mentioned earlier, Samsung still couldn't find the cause for such battery explosions which happened earlier. It'd be totally unwise for the company to take such huge risks.

    However, it is equally important for it to regain the lost trust. Samsung hasn't officially refuted/agreed on this report yet. Anyway, on a positive note, we wish Samsung all the good luck and hope it comes back with a bang.

    Source: SamMobile

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