So it seems, Apple is the main beneficiary of the Galaxy Note7 fiasco . Samsung recently stopped producing the Note7 because the replaced battery units still inflamed.
This means that most users have no choice Note7 to change smartphone. Obviously, the South Korean company expects its consumers opt for the Galaxy S7, but an analysis of KGI Securities suggests that many users will opt for Apple and Huawei.
Ming-Chi Kuo estimated that between 5 and 7 million users Note7 buy an iPhone 7 (or an iPhone 7 Plus). According to KGI, users have lost faith in Samsung, and the trend will side with Apple.
Some users refuse to return their Note7
Despite the fiasco of flammable batteries Galaxy Note7, some users have refused to return their smartphones. It is the other side of the coin. In addition, millions of users also replace your Note7 for Galaxy S7.
Still, Apple is expected to dominate the smartphone market during the remainder of the year. According to KGI, 50% of consumers switch to the iPhone 7 and the rest is divided among Samsung, Huawei and the new pixel Google.
AAPL shares have grown a lot over the past month, and the catastrophic failure of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 has much to do.
Apple will report its financial results next week, on October 25. That's when we can finally see how they have sales of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
What do you think about all this? Do you think Apple will dominate the smartphone market after Samsung unmitigated disaster? Do you have a Note7 and you're thinking of changing it, or do not plan to replace it? Share your opinion in the comments.