Samsung launches new recall programme for ALL Galaxy Note 7 units worldwide
Samsung is always fuelled by the drive to constantly stay in front of and ahead of competition and also, get their customers happy as fast as they can but that could have led to the woes that they are facing right now on the faulty Galaxy Note 7 devices that they have rolled out.
In a bid to get into the market before the iPhone 7 units would make their own launch, they mass produced a device that started to explode in the hands of many after just a few days and even with a rushed recall programme, they still could not fix this anomaly.
With all four major carries in the United States having stopped the sales of the units of this device and also, halted their activities on replacing the deemed safe units with the faulty ones that customers are bringing in, Samsung has officially called the curtains on the sale themselves and have released a most recent information on their website as to a new recall programme.
For now, we know that they are bound to lose a lot of customers and loyalists and also, the trust of potential customers but with investigations ongoing, it would be nice if they found something definitive to hold on to.
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