You would have thought that thanks to the fact that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 handsets explode people would want to get rid of them as soon as possible. However it seems that this isn’t the case as the adoption rate of the handset has been soaring, despite the fact that the replacement handsets are also known to explode.
Samsung did tell people to send the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 back and they have cancelled it. However the strange thing is that the amount of Note 7 owners was growing. On Sunday they peaked 10% higher than previously before the cancellation had been revealed.
Following the first recall the amount of people with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 dropped off and then rebounded as soon as the replacement devices began arriving.
One of the worst cases that we have heard about with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is a replacement handset setting on fire when the owner was on-board a plane.
Samsung said that they have sold about 2.5 million units of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and if you take a look at the charts you can see that there are many people still out there who own the handset.
But what about you, are you one of the owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 who refuse to give up the device and if so aren’t you worried about the possibility of it setting on fire?