So basically the people that were angry were the only ones that surveyed the rest of the people that were Happy Joe's not to participate in the survey which would make a false statement. Something tells me the numbers of people that work upset with Samsung was between 15 and 20%. I believe those that are leaving Samsung to go to Apple is probably less than 8%. You cannot take a survey off of only the angry customers that want to participate you need to try and do a better job of asking or if not paying people for surveys because people are getting tired of doing free surveys while Dr actors or spokespersons get paid big bucks to take silly surveys. Trust me I know I see a lot of doctors that get paid for their service
that's interesting, it was 90% in Taiwan keeping Samsung and 60% in USA, that can mean world wide might somewhere in between so i think it's kinda good news for Samsung, now it's their job to capture the leaving users again or lure more people from other brands, they mustn't fail next year ^_^
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2016This survey is just another way to gather internet traffic. Im sure that most of the note use... moreHey dude, 40% of current Samsung owners won't buy a Samsung again, too hard to accept? Why that painful, huh?? It's just an article coming up from a research, don't you feel offended because of it!
Life continues. Keep calm and Carry on. It's not difficult.
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2016This survey is just another way to gather internet traffic. Im sure that most of the note use... moreOnly the note user can understand..what can do prople with .the galaxy note series....i will stick with only note series
Wouldn't go NEAR it. At that price range I'd choose between an LG G5, SGS7 or Apple iPhone 7.
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2016Uh, are you aware that a replacement launcher doesn't really make the whole OS UI different an... moreHahaha that's one of the dumbest things to say. Replacing the home app with a differeny launcher won't make any big difference except for the visual mabye.
Touchwiz or Lagwiz is basically embedded in the system, therefore getting rid of it requires flashing a non-lagwiz rom. This requires root, unlocking the bootloader, installing a recovery and then flashing the vanilla rom.
Its not very easy for the usual user who doesn't even have a clue what apk means. And most of them won't do it also cos they are afraid of losing the warranty and the Knox security.
All i can say is that once you use a rooted Android phone no matter what brand, when you use a normal one it feels like using an iPhone or a kids phone :))
Personally I've opted to root my Sony without unlocking the bootloader, which means no recovery therefore I'm using stock Sony rom buy debloated to the max by myself.
From 370 something apks that come standard I now have about 100 left. My Sony is blazing fast!
Lagwiz on the other hand is PACKED with bloatware..
maybe Samsung will come up with a better phone next year and everyone will forget the N7 as things happened with the iphone antenna issues some years ago....
- Laggy software
- Sealed batteries
- OLED's shorter life expectancy
- Overheating from fast charging
- Bloated hardware features
- Cosmetic gimmick like dual edged displays
- Glass backs that scratches or cracks easily
Yeah, I can see why nobody wants another Samsung again. That's 40% of people who wised up.
Samsung is one of the most innovative companies out right now. But for every greatness they can show, they ruin it as well by trying to emulate the flash over function that Apple perfected so well with their sucker fanatics. There is a critical flaw ergonomically with these slippery, accidentally pressed, dual edged displays. OLED and their cartoony colors also has an inherent flaw with fading color led and PenTile. And Samsung is absolutely one of the worst with software optimization. In a few months, watch the lag.
Samsung has shown weaknesses long before the Note7 went up in flames. I can't wait when people will look back at the dual edged displays of the S6e/S7e/Note7 and laugh at what a useless fad it was... Let's all go back to the flat displays.
If this proves anything it's that Samsung is leading the market and the rest can do nothing but advertise to kill it's reputation. I still have a Note 4 safe and sound with no cover for almost 2 years and still waiting for the next Note. Only a fool would think that the next Samsung phone will have faults after all what happened.
Why not? Samsung have the TouchWiz!!!! LOL
The poor custom Samsung Android is very suck and use all of the 2, 4, 8 or 200 Gigabytes of RAM that he would have.
This survey is just another way to gather internet traffic. Im sure that most of the note users will buy the note again when it comes out including myself. Theres a lot of sabotage trying to tarnish Samsung reputation and they will fail, whe some try a note, the experience is something else with the s pen. This is what makes the note series stand out from all other phones, and even if this situation, the note will get more and more popularity and eventually be recognized and put in the throne that it deserves to be.
Paul60, 14 Oct 2016Or, instead of flashing you could just use a replacement launcher like Nova or Action or Light... moreUh, are you aware that a replacement launcher doesn't really make the whole OS UI different and faster? That's the problem with TouchWiz, can't be fully fixed up with a launcher - however I tried that with Nova and bunch of others. CM-rom made the phone much faster and nicer to use.
I will buy next Note, phone w/o competition for us s-pen users, immediately when it will be launched.
LOL its a US based survey.. so it literally doesn't even mean anything!
As owner of Galaxy S4 i have the right to say:
After the Note 7 fiasco, do i buy a Samsung gsm product? - Definitely not.
By the way i remember a friend with a S4 , who his original battery was swollen.
Oh yes.....! in the past Samsung had similar problems!
The third error that is still making Samsung, and this is a suicide, is that the galaxy products continue to be ridiculous expensive.
In this very moment, Samsung must drop the prices as low as can be, so to be attractive to the crowd.
A very good example is what LG have done with the LG G4.
The LG G4 model has a master issue to get bricked because of ...? i am not sure.
But what LG is doing is to continue sell this model in a super attractive price with 2 years guaranty.
Guess what? I bought one for my wife even if i know that maybe will be bricked.
But she will have a super phone for 2 years.
So this is the solution: give to the people attractive prices to forget this historic parody.
I already bought 3 Samsung devices since the last time I said I wouldn't ever buy Samsung again.