Although Samsung has officially discontinued the Galaxy Note 7, which is deeply affected by the "blast gate," this does not prevent any news about Galaxy Note 7 from continuing. Samsung officials said it will be a major change in product quality after the upgrade program, a company called BayStreet has surveyed about 70% of the Galaxy Note 7 users that will continue to use Samsung's products.
But now according to another from a well-known market research firm IDC's survey results, and BayStreet before the conclusions seem to have a great discrepancy.
According to IDC's report, IDC conducted an online survey of 1,082 US consumers, four days after the Oct. 17 and 18, Samsung official Galaxy Note 7, was officially discontinued. The survey focused on three different users, including 507 are using Samsung smart phone users, 347 have used the Samsung smartphone users and 228 never used Samsung smartphone consumers. However, according to the scope of the survey, Galaxy Note 7 used in all the targets only 24 users, so the results of this survey can not completely cover the target conclusion, but only a smaller directional survey.
Of the 24 Galaxy Note 7 users, half said they had opted for the iPhone after leaving Galaxy Note 7, while 17% said they would choose the rest of the Samsung model. And most of the Galaxy Note 7 users choose to withdraw their Galaxy Note 7 from the carrier or store.