South Korea-based research firm, Atlas Research & Consulting, has reported that the #Samsung #GalaxyS7 and the S7 edge have seen an increase in momentum since the #GalaxyNote7 recall. It is said that the South Korean retailers and carriers saw the Galaxy S7 capturing about 16% of the market, bringing in some good news for Samsung.
The report goes on to say that some retailers are reporting sales upwards of 15,000 units per day, which should inspire confidence among Samsung’s top brass. The Galaxy Note 7 episode has left a sour taste in our mouths, and the only way the company can undo it is by releasing a new phone.
There have been reports that a bulk of the Galaxy Note 7 users are migrating over to the Apple iPhone 7 Plus following the recall. But some still remain loyal to Samsung and its products. Given that Samsung enjoys home advantage in South Korea, this is not hard to imagine. Do you think a similar trend will be seen across the globe?
Source: The Korea Herald
Via: Android Headlines