It’s not rocket science to figure out that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is on the top of Samsung’s regret list, but it looks like another device has made its way unto the list too; the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+. It was expected that it will be the top of the Galaxy S6 trio, however that turned out to be a flop.
The beginning of this year saw the Galaxy S6 Edge raking in a mere 2 percent of the total Samsung user base in the country, according to Kantar. The precise figure was not released but it showed that the larger version had recorded an even smaller percentage.
If you’re an owner of the S6 Edge+, fret not as this does not mean that Samsung would discontinue its support. But, the device won’t be around for long as seen on the company’s ‘Samsung Certified Pre-Owned Phones’ program.
Samsung refurbishes older secondhand devices and resells them with a one-year warranty as well as some nifty accessories for a fraction of the original price through this program. However, it looks like the Galaxy S6 Edge+ did not make it into this list.
The program currently offers the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Tab 4 as well as the Galaxy Note Pro. It makes sense that Samsung would opt out of offering a device that had received such poor demand.