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A store in Hong Kong is still selling the Galaxy Note 7 at a “special price”

Samsung has discontinued the Galaxy Note 7 worldwide due to possibilities of a fire hazard, and the company has recalled all the units it sold. However, some customers are not willing to return their devices (for unknown reasons). Now, an image of a Hong Kong store has surfaced, which is still selling the Galaxy Note 7 at a “special price”.

This image was captured by Engadget’s senior editor Richard Lai. We don’t know whether this “special price” means a discounted price or a higher than usual price. Many vendors sell imported Samsung smartphones in the grey market with no local warranty at $100-150 discounts. These vendors may have large stocks of the Galaxy Note 7 left with no easy way to return them to Samsung.

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troyboytn
troyboytn

Whether real, or a Chinese knock off….still a POS and not worth a dime.

s2insider
s2insider

Well, that is what they normally do. Sell every shit they can. They would say ” If your house is on fire… I don’t care~ cha ching.”

mustaka
mustaka

I would gladly buy one at half the price, considering lack of any software and hardware support. Plus that damned battery cap.