Samsung Galaxy Note 7 had its fair share of problems, especially the explosion debacle resulting in the company recalling all the handsets globally.
The Korean company relaunched the Galaxy Note 7 in South Korea on October 1st and since then, the company has sold almost 30,000 units in its home country.
Although it’s hard to tell the exact numbers as most of them were the pre-ordered handsets which were placed before the company recalled the handset. Nonetheless, report suggests the company has a daily 10,000 unit sale which is still quite impressive when it comes to flagship devices.
The handset is expected to relaunch in other global markets in the coming weeks, and we’re expecting the entire explosion saga wont have that much negative effect on the sale of the handset. We’ll update you as soon as the handset is officially launched in other key markets across the globe.
Are you still interested in picking up the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 now that the company claims it’s safe to use and will not pose any danger to its consumer?
Source: SamMobileFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Top News