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Samsung S8: 90% of customers remain loyal to the brand despite the Note 7 crisis 

Samsung is launching the new Samsung 8 this week and Report Linker conducted a new survey to measure if the brand’s image has been affected by last year’s explosions of the Note 7 phones and if their customers remain as loyal as before.

Findings show that loyalty has even increased since the last ReportLinker survey, conducted in October 2016:

  • 81% of smartphone users are still confident in the safety of their smartphones
  • But the crisis has impacted all manufacturers as even Apple’s customers don’t trust the brand as much as they used to (79%, -12 pts compared to October 2016)
  • 52% of smartphones’ owners say the future Samsung Galaxy S8 will be of better quality than the previous ones
  • And this statement is even more significant among Samsung customers (63%)
  • More than half of respondents (56%), mentioned their interest in buying the new Samsung smartphone.

 

 Also, their customers’ loyalty is stronger than ever before as nearly 9 out of 10 would consider the brand for a next purchase, which is more often a certitude than it was five months ago.

To see all the survey results click here.

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Best regards,

Intissar Guettou

igu@reportlinker.com

T: +1 347 903 1913

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tracy collins

http://www.moneyandtechnology.com

I am a freelance writer blogger social media marketer and content marketer with twelve years of experience in writing and blogging.

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