A study shows that 26% of Note 7 users want to change to iPhone


Thinking of getting the new iPhone or Samsung Note 7? You may want to reconsider after reading this.

Recently, Samsung Note 7 has been recalled for burning a hole in people’s pocket – literally. A recent survey shows that original fans of the Note 7 who flocked to get it in the first few weeks, may avoid it on a second thought basis.

The survey found that 35% of the users would rather seek a refund than to receive a replacement phone from Samsung while 26% of the users said they will rather buy the iPhone than to use a Samsung, and 18% of the Samsung’s loyal fans would stick to another Samsung phone instead.

Unfortunately, only 18%, or less than one in five fans of the Note 7, would choose to stick to Samsung Note 7.

Eric Fleming, a 30-year-old product manager in San Bruno, Calif. said “I have nowhere to go. I will lose $200 to $300 because of the recall,” he says. “I feel at a loss with Samsung after several years of loyalty.”

Thankfully, Samsung has been keeping in touch with the public with the status of Samsung Note 7 and the cooperate crisis will be blown over in a while. For those who are die-hard fans of the brand, not to worry; Samsung will be launching more phone replacements on Wednesday to the public so you’ll still be able to stick to the brand for a very long time.

But then again, it’s not like there’s no problem with iPhone 7, too.

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This article is first published by goodyfeed.com