Samsung Galaxy calls all dealers Note 7 to send back the equipment for safety reasons. Users, in turn, must turn off their smartphones. The South Korean company has therefore put a definitive end to the brief career of his flagship, undermined by too many cases of an explosion.
The Galaxy Note 7 died, definitely. This is what clearly suggests Samsung in a recent statement urging all resellers and partners "around the globe to stop sales and exchanges Galaxy Note 7". The company also asks users to turn off their cameras and contact the stores where they were purchased.
The Galaxy Note 7 is not for sale
Frankly, Samsung says that "the affected devices may overheat and cause safety risks." This decision marks the end point of an absolute commercial disaster for the South Korean company that had built the flagship Galaxy Note 7 to the year 2016. But due to a manufacturing defect, said too many smartphones yet acclaimed by the press shortly after their launch, exploded in the hands of users.
The fiasco is total. Between the disastrous impact of the Samsung brand image caused by this case and the huge costs and lost profits caused by the immeasurable stop production and recall products, the manufacturer may keep very long a bitter memory Galaxy Note 7.
The end of the Galaxy Note range
One who was to be the greatest success of Samsung and the worthy competitor to the iPhone 7 Plus proves ultimately be the biggest failure of the company's history. It will have to show a lot of ingenuity and creativity to propose next year a new product to permanently forget about the Galaxy Note 7.
On Twitter, we asked you if you thought we were witnessing the end of the Galaxy Note range from Samsung. Of the 1427 voters, 45% said yes, while 14% of survey participants believe outright that it is the end of Samsung.