Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was a successor to the Note 5 and it’s launched in August 2016. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 having all top end specification including 3,500 mAh lithium-ion battery with fast charging mode. Unfortunately Samsung recalled estimated 2.5 Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices after reports emerged devices exploding during charging or after charging. At the moment Samsung itself requests Note 7 user’s to stop using it. Not only this Samsung announced an exchange program for Galaxy Note 7 on 1st September, 2016.
The company said it had “conducted a thorough investigation and found a battery cell issue.”
“Our number one priority is the safety of our customers. We are asking users to power down their Galaxy Note7s and exchange them as soon as possible,” says DJ Koh, President of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics.
This week US Federal Aviation Administration strongly warn its passengers not to turn on or charge Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on aircraft.
At 10th September 2016 Malaysia Airlines also tweet Galaxy Note 7 is not allowed in Aircraft. Qantas and Virgin Australia also told customers not use or charge this devices on their aircraft.
So if you are looking for new smartphone, please don’t go for Galaxy Note 7 device. If you already own Samsung Galaxy Note 7 set, you must turn off your device immediately and wait for the Samsung exchange program. For more information we are sharing some Galaxy Note 7 explosion images.
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