After months of rumors that a refurbished Galaxy Note7 would be sold, Samsung confirmed its plans late last month. Now, it appears that more alleged images of the device have made their way online.
Despite saying last year that it would "safely dispose of" the Galaxy Note7 handsets returned to it under its global recall program, Samsung has now confirmed that it will sell refurbished models.
After a report was published claiming that refurbished Galaxy Note7 devices would be making their way to certain countries, Samsung India says that there are no plans to sell refurbished models there.
Samsung is said to be refurbishing 2.5 million Note7 handsets with new bodywork and smaller batteries. The company is expected to begin selling them in emerging markets, such as India, from June.
Microsoft is currently offering big savings on its refurbished Surface devices, with up to 32% savings compared with buying brand new. The refurbished devices include a one-year warranty.
Reports are currently doing the rounds claiming that Samsung is planning to sell refurbished Galaxy Note7 devices next year in India and Vietnam - but that seems extremely unlikely.
For the first time ever, Apple is now selling refurbished iPhones on its website. You can get the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus at discounted rates, which come with a full one year warranty.
If you've got your heart set on buying a Surface Book or Pro 4, but you can't quite bring yourself to pay full price, you might want to consider buying a refurbished model, for 15% less.
Samsung is allegedly planning to launch a refurbished device marketplace in early 2017 to rival competitors such as Apple. The move could help the company fend off rivals in developing nations.
Apple's request to sell refurbished iPhones in India has been turned down by the telecom ministry of the country, dealing a blow to the company's plan to gain more marketshare.
Microsoft is currently offering up to $150 off a brand new Surface Pro 3, as it shifts stock before the Pro 4 arrives - but it's also selling refurbished models, with far larger savings available.
OnePlus is again in the hot seat, but this time it has to do with selling used or refurbished devices as new. OnePlus has addressed the issue on its forums denying the accusations.
A new, and unclaimed, eBay outlet appears to be run by Apple and offers refurbished products at large discounts to Apple's official refurbished stores, hinting at a new path for the company.
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