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Samsung postpones new, safe Galaxy Note 7 sales in South Korea by three days


Samsung postpones new, safe Galaxy Note 7 sales in South Korea by three days
The recall rate will likely fall sharply should new sales have resumed on September 28We reported a few days ago that a governmental agency asked Samsung to delay the refund or exchange for the Galaxy Note 7 in South Korea.Well, it looks like the handset maker positively responded to the request and announced it will not yet resume sales of the Galaxy Note 7 in the country.According to Samsung, the new, safe Galaxy Note 7 smartphones will be available for purchase in South Korea on October 1, three days later than it was previously slated.The reason of the delay is that additional time is needed for the quick completion of the Galaxy Note 7 recall in Samsung's home turf.The exchange program doesn't seem to go as well as it goes in other countries like the United States where Samsung confirmed about half of the faulty Galaxy Note 7 (500,000 units) have been exchanged in just a couple of days.It appears that only 200,000 affected South Korean customers have decided to exchange their Galaxy Note 7 phones, while another 200,000 still need to return their devices.


Samsung delays South Korea re-start of Galaxy Note 7 sales by 3 days


Samsung delays South Korea re-start of Galaxy Note 7 sales by 3 days
Samsung has pledged not to sell any new models until it fully completes the exchange of existing Note 7s with faulty batteries.Samsung has pledged not to sell any new models until it fully completes the exchange of existing Note 7s with faulty batteries.Samsung has said it will delaying the start of new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone sales in South Korea by three days to October 1.


Samsung to resume Galaxy Note 7 sales across Europe by November-end


Samsung to resume Galaxy Note 7 sales across Europe by November-end
To continue reading, please turn off your ad blocker or whitelist us .Samsung wants to resume sales of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 across Europe before the end of this year.The company has decided not to sell the new Note 7 until the completion of exchange of existing units.


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