If you recall, Samsung confirmed over a week ago that it will resume sales of its Galaxy Note7 smartphone in South Korea on September 28. That, however, is not happening now, as the relaunch has been pushed back.
The tech giant said yesterday that sales of the new Galaxy Note7 units will now begin October 1. As for the reason behind the move, Samsung said it will help speed up the ongoing recall of the phablet in the country.
"The recall rate will likely fall sharply should new sales have resumed on Sept. 28," a Samsung spokesperson said. "Affected customers would no longer be able to exchange their devices through domestic carriers starting on Oct. 1, making the process more difficult."
Just to give you an idea, only half (around 200,000) of the total Galaxy Note7 users in South Korea have registered for a replacement unit so far. In case you missed, the company has also extended the Note7 refund period in the country to September 30.
Dumb people forget that mass recalls happens for all different type of products, they think it is the end of a company.
I really wish to use some soon
Samsung is a good company , even Apple had exploding notebooks which they recalled in millions.