The Galaxy Note 7 saga continues as Samsung is purportedly considering putting its now-discontinued flagship handset back on the market. The electronics behemoth could begin selling refurbished units with smaller, less volatile batteries, according to South Korean outlet Hankyung. While it remains highly unlikely the device would make a comeback to US and European markets following ban regulations, it could retail in India and Vietnam. Earlier in January, the phone-maker released the findings from its detailed internal Note 7 investigation, blaming the series of explosions on two separate battery-related issues. Engadget remarks the South Korean heavyweight has approximately 2.5 million Note 7 handsets in…

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