“AT&T Inc. is considering stopping all sales of Samsung Electronics Co.’s flagship Galaxy Note 7 over concerns about the smartphone’s safety, according to a person familiar with the situation. A final decision will likely come as soon as Friday, said the person, who asked not to be identified because the deliberations are private. AT&T spokesman Fletcher Cook declined to comment.”
After my post yesterday on the continuing drama on the Note 7, to recap Click HERE if AT&T halted sales of the Note 7, this would be the end of the line for this phone, as other networks/carriers would follow suit soon after. AT&T is Samsung’s third largest customer too.
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Perhaps we will get the Note 8 with a metal body like the LG V20 and removalable battery. Like a metal body Note 4? I don’t think Samsung will stop making Note devices. Too many loyal users.
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Not sure what Samsung will do, but I do think it’s cursed permanently. It’s resale value will be a tricky one to guess too. All they needed to have done was probably made it 1-2mm thicker probably. Would have provided better battery life too and well as stronger protection.