Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 still popular in home country even after explosion saga
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been given to a lot of bad press in recent days and with any business organisation, we have expected that this would affect the reputation and ranking of Samsung a lot. When the smartphone first launched, it was to very much of positive reviews form people but then the story changed when the first explosion as recorded and published and others followed suit.
Although we got to discover later that some of the other reports that came after were just hoaxes, it had done much damage to the company’s image already.
However, it seems that the company has not suffered as much as they would have thought in their home country of South Korea because instead of suffering a decline, they are still favourites among their fans and this is as a result of the sales information recorded from the commencement of sales of the Note 7 units in the region again.
All of the major carriers in the region have just started to re-activate all of the models that they let out on preorders and together, they all have a combined figure of 16,000 units which is no doubt a great number for a new device in such a region.
According to estimates, some retailers have already predicted Samsung to have a sale of about 20,000 units of the device on the day they decide to open up sales again.
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