Weekly Poll: Have You Returned Your Galaxy Note 7 After The Second Recall?

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 has had its fair share of ups and downs, and after the events of the past week or two it's quite obvious that it has seen more downs than ups. When it first launched, the device was immediately thought of as a success, as it featured a lovable and sleek design, powerful hardware, and it functioned well. Unfortunately it had to be recalled due to issues with an overheating battery, which caused Samsung to send out replacements, and the really unfortunate thing is that even those replacements which were supposed to be safe, had to be recalled as well, which was formally issued this week.

So, after two recalls and a whole lot of bad attention, the Galaxy Note 7 is officially done for, and Samsung is no longer going to produce the handset. What's more is that they're no longer selling it, and retail partners began announcing that they were stopping sales even before the recall as it seems they weren't willing to take any chances. Exchanges have also been halted on all fronts, so consumers who have yet to return their Galaxy Note 7 and were hoping to get a different one, are left with having to choose either a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge, or receive a full refund and simply go with something else entirely. Naturally, the risks of the Galaxy Note 7 exploding and catching fire are not something that Samsung wants their consumers to take, so they have been encouraging customers to return phones. While most people have likely already done just that, there are surely those that aren't worried about the problems. We're curious, though. If you didn't after the first recall, has the second recall convinced you to return your Galaxy Note 7?

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