Samsung has announced that their Galaxy Note 7 handset is now available to buy again in South Korea, sales of the handset were halted previously as part of a global recall of the device.
Samsung started selling the Galaxy Note 7 again in Korea on the weekend and they will also resume sales of the device in other countries over the next few weeks.
With the Galaxy Note7’s global replacement program well underway, Samsung Electronics has announced that new Galaxy Note7 devices will soon be available for purchase in markets across the globe. Sales of the new Galaxy Note7 commenced on October 1 in Korea, and will follow suit in markets worldwide in the coming weeks.
On September 30, the eve of the resumption of Galaxy Note7 sales, Samsung opened Galaxy Note7 experience zones in a number of locations across Korea. The experience zones allowed people to enjoy the device’s best-in-class productivity, security and entertainment features, and attracted large crowds of consumers eager to get their hands on the Galaxy Note7.
You can find out more details about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 over at the companies website at the link below.
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