A report claims that the Restored Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will hit the market on July 7, that is in just over a week, and that will have a price at the exchange of 615 dollars.
Its initial launch is marked in South Korea, Samsung’s native country, although in theory the Restored Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will have an international distribution and will spread to other markets. It is not ruled out that it ends up also arriving at Spain, but still we cannot confirm anything in this sense.
It is estimated that the South Korean giant has about 3 million units of Restored Samsung Galaxy Note 7, and that of that total will destine 400,000 to the South Korean market. The rest would be distributed as we say globally.
The price of the terminal will be different in the different countries to the coming in the subject of currency conversion and applicable taxes, which means that it could be more expensive in some areas than in others.
As far as the specifications have already been said previously there are no changes beyond reducing the battery capacity to 3,200 mAh and upgrading to Android N.
The design and finishes also remain unchanged and the final specifications should look like this:
- SuperAMOLED 5.7-inch screen with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels.
- SoC Exynos 8890 with 8-core CPU.
- Mali T880MP12 GPU.
- 4 GB of RAM.
- 64 GB expandable storage via microSD up to 256 GB.
- Cameras of 12 MP and 5 MP, the same ones used by the Galaxy S7.
- 200 mAh battery.
- Android N.
- IP68 certification of resistance to dust and water.
- USB Type-C.
- Retinal scanning.
- Optical pencil.