Sources told Reuters that Samsung is preparing a refurbished store to enhance its cost efficiency, even though the company has declined to comment on whether the reports are correct. Refurbished smartphones in this instance refer to substandard or returned handsets that the company returns to an as-new condition and offers at a lowered price.
A more affordable Samsung Galaxy
The handsets might have something from cosmetic damage to light damage to the box, however the supplier refurbish are often exact from factory fresh variants. Clients in the South Korea and SA are returning device to Samsung via one-year upgrade plan, which means there are now a lot of phones ready for refurbishment. For now there’s no word on how long the big discount will be or which region the handsets will be sold in, meanwhile cellular country reviews offer some interesting to read.
Source has said the refurbishment program will be roll out during 2017, so you may be able to get a refurbished Galaxy S7 or the Galaxy Note 7 from Samsung soon.