Samsung makes a new phone from parts of the recalled Galaxy Note 7.

According to a Business report; Samsung is releasing a new phone using parts from its Galaxy Note7, which was axed after a battery fault led to some devices catching fire.  Firm said that,” The handset will go on sale only in South Korea on July 7th with a smaller and safer battery.” 


It is reported that the Environmentalists forced the firm to reuse Galaxy Note 7 components to reduce the electronic –waste. So South Korean firm says it will minimize the environmental impact of its high –profile recall.


The new handsets will be priced almost 30% cheaper than the Galaxy Note 7 with price of $615. The new devices will have 3200 mAh batteries that according to Samsung have passed strict safety test, whereas the Note 7 used 3500 mAh batteries.


The company said the supply would be limited to 400,000 units. The company added that overseas sale plans would be determined later. The Galaxy Note FE phone, FE is stands for “Fan Edition,” features the jumbo screen measuring 5.7 inches. We will provide more information, when device  becomes available in the market.

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