Samsung announced the recall of its latest flagship smartphone on September 2, with the intention to replace about 2.5 million smartphones sold worldwide. The company has almost completed the product exchange program, with 90% of Note 7 owners opting for a replacement and not a full refund.
This is surely encouraging for the company, considering that sales of the Galaxy Note 7 have just restarted in its home country, South Korea. According to a recent report, the company managed to sell 30,000 Galaxy Note 7 units in just two days, and retailers call the product “a hit.”
A new report by Korea Herald reveals that the Samsung Galaxy brand retained its top position in an index of top 100 Korean brands in Q3. Brand Stock showed that the Samsung Galaxy brand scored 912…. (read more)
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