Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was recalled globally after the handset’s exploding issue, costing the company over a billion in the process.
Recently, it was revealed that Samsung expects the sales of the Galaxy Note 7 to resume in Europe by the end of November.
David Lowes, the chief marketing officer at Samsung in Europe, has said: “We fully expect (new Note7s) to be available everywhere by the end of November … well before the end of the fourth quarter.”
After the debacle, the company offered replacements and refunds to customers who purchased the defective Note 7s. The company even started an IMEI program to find out if the customer has a defective piece.
The exact date of sale of the handset is not available for Europe, but the Korean company is will start selling the handset in its home market from September 28th. The sales are also expected to commence in the US next month through retailers and carriers in the country.
We’re hoping the company will be able to gain the trust of the customers once again as Galaxy Note is one of company’s best smartphone series.
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