As we have heard before, that Samsung was planning on offering a refurbished version of their much controversial Note 7 smartphone. Well the program is finally in motion according to a Korean report. Which says that Samsung will be offering their refurbished Note 7 smartphones, but on in Korea for now. While the smartphone will also be offered with a new name called Samsung Galaxy Note FE.

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If you don’t know FE apparently means Fandom Edition. Basically Samsung will be targeting its die hard Note fans. Who sure were disappointed with the Note 7 disaster that started appearing all over the internet. To be true, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was a capable and good looking smartphone. Where if it hadn’t for the battery issue, the smartphone would have been very successful.

What’s great about the upcoming Galaxy Note FE is its price. Which should be third of what the original Galaxy Note 7 was going for. This should make it an appealing offering to a lot of potential customer inside of Korea. According to the Korean report, Samsung will initially be offering 300,000 units of their Note FE smartphone. Where the company is also confident that they are going to attract a lot of customers. Well who won’t be interested in getting a Note smartphone, for a fraction of its actual cost?

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Aside from the lowered 3200mAh battery, everything else on the Note FE would remain the same. Which includes a 5.7 inch display with a resolution of 1440 x 2560. The smartphone also has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 802 running under the hood. With 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage.

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There is no news on the cost of the smartphone yet. But according to previous reports, the smartphone was said to go for around $520. Where Samsung might launch it as soon as the end of coming June in South Korea.