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The decision is a risky move for Samsung, given the baggage the Note brand now carries. It's been the butt of countless jokes. For the past several months, airline attendants were required to say that Note 7 phones could not be carried on flights, even if they were powered off. The Note 8, which following previous years' precedent will likely debut this fall, will serve as a measuring stick for how much progress Samsung makes in the coming months. "A lot is going to be based on the next great thing that comes out that's problem-free," said Thomas Cooke, a professor at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business. To Koh, the Note garnered a group of devoted users he couldn't walk away from. "We found through the investigative process, we knew there are lots and lots of loyal Note customers," he said. Indeed, Samsung says its most loyal base of customers across all of its products (and it makes a lot of stuff) are those who've bought Note models. Just look at the thousands of Note 7 users still on Verizon -- the carrier has to take drastic action like routing calls to its customer service to get them to turn the devices in. Globally, 96 percent of Note 7 buyers have traded in their phones. In the US, the official tally is 97 percent, but Tim Baxter, president of Samsung's US arm, says the volume of phones taken out of use is actually closer to 99 percent because more than half of the remaining units are no longer connected to cell networks.
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