Samsung launches program for selling refurbished smartphones in the US
In late last month, we brought some news to you that Samsung is looking to make more profits from the market of refurbished smartphones and while we were not looking at a fast implementation of this or even, received an official statement to the effect, there is now information to suggest that the South Korean OEM has actually started the programme and it has been launched in the United States for now.
For going through this plan, you would also be getting the normal one-year warranty that comes with getting a new device new and straight from the box. From the official website that was set up for this programme, there has been listings of various high end devices form the company such as the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4 and also, the Galaxy Note 3. You would also have noticed that there was no mention of either of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge alongside the latest Galaxy Note 7 too.
We expect that as these units become more and more available, these missing ones as well as other devices would be added to the line-up.
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