Samsung is still in firefighting mode, as the Galaxy Note 7's exploding battery rages on.
Tech giant Samsung Electronics has announced plans to sell refurbished versions of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones - the very devices that were pulled from markets completely due to fire-prone batteries.
The Korean tech giant has unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8. It seeks to draw a line under a safety scandal that led to a humiliating global recall of millions of its Galaxy Note 7 handsets.
Samsung has urged South Korean users of its flagship smartphone to accept a software update limiting recharging of the Galaxy Note 7 batteries - a measure designed to lower the risk of the gadget exploding.
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