Anonymous, 18 Oct 2016A true consumer wouldn't stick with glitch android.Right, and would go with a constantly crashing iOS instead....
Over exaggerating too much. 7 million people switch to Samsung while Samsung only sold 2.5million Note7. Yeah, this article is incredibly 'accurate'.
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2016A true consumer wouldn't stick with glitch android.Define "true consumer". Everyone has their own preference, so if you put it that way, those who choose to buy a "glitchy android" is not a true consumer?. If that is the case then a true consumer are basically iOS users as well as the rest of the mobile operating systems such as windows, symbian, etc.
Honestly I think they are way off with their estimates. If somebody owned note series before there is no chance they will dump all the features and aps bought in play store for a phone that isn't in the same class apart from size and price point. Most will pick s7 or s7 edge or go to different brands but will stick with android just because they paid for some apps and need sd slot or audio jack or split screen apps or anything else that iphone doesn't have. All the "trendy" people already have an iphone and I can't see myself switching from android to ios because note7 was discontinued. If people thought that way volkswagen would be gone by now with dieselgate mess they have created. Makes you wonder who paid these people for their "estimates" lol
LG V20 is by far the perfect alternative to Note 7. The highly advanced controls for both the camera and audio make it a true powerful media powerhouse.
Honestly, it's really hard to determine how many people will convert simply by looking at comments from users on the internet. Usually, those who blindly defend a brand on the internet are the most loyal fanboys of such brand so they will never switch, then you have fake fanboys claiming that they are switching, and then you have the majority of buyers who are not on these comments sections who we don't really know their true intentions. In the end, the logical replacement to the samsung brand should be LG but LG is really really really bad at marketing and convincing people to give them a try.
If Samsung releases the Note 7's S-Pen to use it on the S7, you'll see these numbers change.
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2016Doubt these numbers are accurate, how does 7 million switch over when they max was only 2.5 mi... moreYou are referring to the number of sold units which is far lesser than the orders placed. Read: 12 M. Also, Samsung customers who didn't buy or are planning to buy a new phone have lost trust in the brand. This has a great implication even in the long run.
well, now we know that people only buy to follow the trends. A true note 7 fan wont even go near the iPhone.
sidmaverick, 18 Oct 2016only a fool will buy an iphoneI dont think so. most of the people buying iPhones comes from rich family which i think received proper education. admit it or not, the new iPhone is much much better than those of previous release.
After all iphone device is just an option.
doubt if that data is correct, IMO most customer will jump to another android device.
Doubt these numbers are accurate, how does 7 million switch over when they max was only 2.5 million ?