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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.
The refurbished Samsung phablet with a smaller battery that's guaranteed not to cause explosions was expected to launch on July 7 in Korea.
Samsung is boldly thinking of christening that divisive refurbished Galaxy Note 7 the Note FE, where the letters might stand for Fan Edition.
It costs over $500, could have a battery with just as much capacity as the original Note 7 and is being sold in China. It could be in the US, too.
That refurbished Galaxy Note 7 that seemed so unlikely just a little while ago is almost definitely coming to Korea by early June.
Samsung would probably never risk bringing the refurbished Galaxy Note 7 to the US, but apparently, a domestic re-release is worth a shot.
We chat with Engadget's Evan Rodgers on how to strike the balance between pitting visual hedonism with consumer nuance in our editorially-starved world.
A refurbished Galaxy Note 7 is expected to hit Korean carriers for the summer doldrums. And people are ready to snatch up a phone that won't explode.
Several elements of Samsung's scheme to bring back the Galaxy Note 7 have been shown off in leaked photos of the device in Vietnam.