Right on schedule, Samsung resumes sales of the Note 7 in South Korea
There has been a lot of times when Samsung wished to release and launch the Note 7 into various markets but due to unforeseen circumstances and roadblocks, they usually find themselves pushing the date further forward and when the date for the relaunch of sales of the same phablet was announced for South Korea, it was taken with little trust due to the fact that it could go on and change anytime.
However, this is not the case as the October 1 date stipulated has been kept to and the company has begun to sell the units again in their home country.
When the Note 7 first launched, there was hardly anyone who could have a bad thing to say about it and what we expected was that it would set a sales record for other Samsung devices (and as well, other smartphones in the market) to beat but when the first issue of explosion came in and others started to troop in too, the dream started to look bleak and they had to even issue an international recall before they could get the minds of customers at ease.
With the recall programme having been largely successful, it is expected that the device resumes sales in other regions soon too.
You may also like
HMD Global confirms VoLTE support for Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 units
Google Play services turns 5 today!
Huawei P10 series show up in Netherlands under a number of carriers
ZTE Blade V8 goes on for sale in China, but there is a beautiful twist
Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus have been confirmed for Germany, but you cant have it yet
- Right on schedule, Samsung resumes sales of the Note 7 in South Korea
- Right on cue, the Sony Xperia X Compact goes on for sale at $499.99
- Huawei P10 Plus Released In Bright Black Colour Variant
- Verizon adds the LG Stylo 2 V to its lineup, to sell for $240 outright
- Is The Samsung Galaxy S6 The Best Galaxy To Buy Right Now?