has reviewed very well and looked set, at one point, to smash sales numbers of the preceding Note 5. With a curved-edge, QHD display, Snapdragon 820, 4 GB RAM, expandable storage and Samsung's signature S Pen, it's packed to the gills with features that Note devotees have become accustomed to. A few incidents of battery fires and explosions quickly put the brakes on the Note 7's promising start, though, and as the recall continues, some markets still won't see the device for many weeks yet.The Galaxy Note 7
While Samsung's reputation has suffered across the world, Korean consumers are fiercely loyal to what is one of its largest and most celebrated electronics firms. As Sammy looks to earn back the trust of its native gadget lovers, though, the company may have more difficulty doing so over in China.
In Europe, the Note 7 is poised to roll out in four weeks' time, a full two months behind the slab's initial launch. Meanwhile, several other devices including Apple's iPhone 7 Plus may dip into what would otherwise have been Samsung's clientele. With the Google Pixel XL, LG V20, Huawei Mate 9 and several other big phones likely to drop over the coming weeks, many of Samsung's rivals will be looking to do likewise.
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