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We already knew the battery inside the refurbished Note 7, aka Galaxy Note FE, was smaller than the original cell, but now we have the full picture.
No more than 400,000 Galaxy Note FE units are planned for Korean availability, as Samsung is still thinking about an international expansion.
Samsung's refurbished Galaxy Note 7 has been a long time in "consideration", finally going on sale in Korea today under the Note FE name.
Samsung has officially revealed the device to the public. Pre-orders will open up in time for a July 7 sales start at the cost equivalent of about $608.
If you still don't see the point of a so-called Samsung Galaxy Note 7R or Note 7 FE, imagine a Full HD version with a sensible price point.
Sources say that the release date will come in line with earlier rumors rather than late word of a production-related delay.
One of its creators, Philippe Kahn, retells the story of how it came to be and gives his sentiments on today's mobile photography etiquette.
The refurbished phablet model, which is currently struggling to fill for supply, is expected to land at SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus.
The refurbished Samsung phablet with a smaller battery that's guaranteed not to cause explosions was expected to launch on July 7 in Korea.