Sales of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been stopped in the Netherlands
Last year, the European market was left hanging by Samsung when it came to the issue of the Galaxy Note devices and this year, they suffered a lot of date pushbacks before the initial release date.
When it was near to the release of the devices in that region, the issue of exploding Note devics reached a climax and the recall implemented then made sure that the eager customers in this region didn’t get a taste of the king of phablets.
When the recall and replacement saga died down, they were on track to start getting theirs and just a few days after that, they could see the device pack up and leave again. Tough luck, isn’t it?
In the Netherlands now, the Phone House has decide that it won’t be selling out the Note 7 unit anymore since it is now sue that even the replacement units are not free from the issue of explosions that caused the first recall to happen.
With time, we could see the carriers in this region go the way of their US counterparts and also drop the device from their line-up altogether which would no doubt spread to other parts of the continent.
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