Samsung Galaxy S7 Production Raising To Cover The Loss From Galaxy Note 7

It’s all about damage made by the burning Galaxy Note 7, Samsung took the decision to stop the production permanently and announced it already. So, Samsung won’t be selling Galaxy Note 7 now.


Analysts expect that the financial impact from lost Note 7 sales will be almost as high as $17 billion, and even Samsung team has not got any point on what’s the issue bursting Galaxy Note 7 battery. But nevertheless, it seems like Samsung want to cover all the damages made by Galaxy Note 7 in the recent times with its already popular Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.

Launched earlier this year, the Galaxy S7 undoubtedly a best hit this year and made a significant contribution to Samsung’s record-breaking Q3. Expected the same with the launch of Galaxy Note 7 to do in the fourth quarter, but sadly it didn’t managed to. It appears that Samsung will now have to rely on the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge to cover the loss.

Now, Samsung will focus fully on the Galaxy S7 sales, which is the hardware did not faced any problems, and can compete with the likes of Apple’s new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus range, Google Pixel and Pixel XL range and even HTC 10. As per the reports, Samsung asked the vendors to provide more components for the Galaxy S7. The order of components to other smartphones were also enhanced, such as the upcoming Galaxy S8.

With the huge failure of Galaxy Note 7, Samsung fans are imminently switching to the Galaxy S7, so Samsung reportedly ramping up production of the S7 and the S7 Edge to try and compete in the high-end market place as the holiday season approaches.

Until that time, when the Samsung Galaxy S8 is due next February, if the rumors are to be believed. Technically, it seems could launch Galaxy S8 in December month itself because of the loss of Galaxy Note 7 sales. If not the Galaxy S8 will follow the release as scheduled and will be shipped in March.

(Via: KoreaHerald)

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