It seems as if Samsung might not be done with the very controversial Galaxy Note 7. There are rumours that the company will soon sell its refurbished Note 7 models with smaller batteries.
$5 billion is estimated to be lost for recalling damaged sets and production halt due to two separate battery flaws that had caused some sets to catch fire. Samsung hopes to recuperate some losses by bringing newly refurbished Note 7 models.
The size of the mobile case might be smaller in addition to a shrunken battery of around 3,000 mAh to 3,200 mAh to ensure the safety of its users. It is expected to arrive in early June however, the market availability of new Note 7 phones is not yet clear.
In the intervening period of time, Samsung is preparing to launch the Galaxy S8, its first phone since Note 7 blunder. A special eight-point test is carried on batteries of the Galaxy S8 phones along with other upcoming sets.