Recall, explosions, overheating, and battery drain issues be damned. People still love their Samsung Galaxy Note7 phones.
About 90 percent of Note7 users affected by the phone's global recall are sticking with the phones as opposed to jumping ship for another phone made by Samsung or from a competitor, according to the company.
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Samsung also released two promising stats on the progress of its recall and replacement program.
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Samsung reports that 90 percent of Galaxy Note 7 customers have taken the company up on its offer of a replacement model, rather than a Galaxy S7 or a refund.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 launched on Aug. 19 to rave reviews, but after just a few weeks on the market, the world’s most popular smartphone maker is now halting sales of the handset and issuing a global recall following reports that i...
Less than a month into a global recall spurred by a battery flaw, Samsung says it has recovered 60 percent of the faulty devices in the US and South Korea.