Samsung has made a fresh attempt at salvaging the reputation of the Galaxy Note 7 by relaunching the device after taking corrective action with the defective battery in the handset. The South Korean electronics giant had put the sales of Galaxy Note 7 to halt and made a global recall of the handsets after repeated reports of the Galaxy Note 7 catching fire coming from different parts of the world. The company had identified faulty battery as the reason for the handset fire.
Samsung had given customers to either opt for a replacement with a new safe battery or a full refund. Galaxy Note 7 comes with a 5.7-inch QHD super AMOLED dual-curved display protected by the latest Corning Gorilla Glass 5. The Galaxy Note7 was supposed to hit stores in India on September 2. But due to the battery issues, the launch was deferred indefinitely.