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Survey now says 40% of current users will never buy another Samsung phone

The Galaxy Note 7 was once widely regarded as Samsung's best smartphone ever. Now, it appears as though Samsung stands to lose a substantial amount of future business thanks to the company's current Note 7 debacle. A recent survey, which was conducted just after reports of flaming phones forced Samsung to issue a global recall for the Galaxy Note 7, found that one-third of respondents said they would not purchase another Samsung phone.
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