Samsung planning to mass produce the Galaxy S7 units to make up for Note 7 losses
There are some things that are totally rare occurrences when we get to the world of smartphones and seeing a company such as Samsung cancel the production of a high end device such as the Galaxy Note 7 is surely one of them.
With the kind of disturbance that the device has caused in the market with its numerous explosions across all countries already, even the replacement units that were deemed safe could not save Samsung from this deep-water that they got themselves into.
However, they are now planning to minimise the effect of the loss that they incurred on this ne by making even more units of the Galaxy S7 and pushing these ones in to the hands of customers instead. Because of the profit hit that would have affected the partners of Samsung also, they would be more than happy to at this point, make more parts for this one because it would help them cut their losses likewise.
The thing that now remains is the kind of strategy that Samsung is looking at to convince people to make this switch from the Note 7 to the Galaxy S7 and the question that remains is whether or not they would continue the production of their Note 7 in the future.
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