The overheating and exploding battery on Galaxy Note 7 fiasco kept the Samsung quite busy these days. This battery problem was a huge setback for the Samsung. Only about 0.1% note faced the problem but Samsung is struggling to replace all already sold units. The Samsung is really working hard on that issue. They recently released an update patch cutting down the battery power up to 60 % to prevent the overheating issue, claiming it as a “fix”.
Reports suggest that the device will be on the shelves late September. The exact time and date may vary depending upon the locations but on 28 September, the phone will be available in South Korea and eventually to other locations too.
This fix could be the good news for the customer as they are very much frustrated. Some flights also banned Notes 7 in the flight, as some have experienced the phone catching fire.
This might be the good news for Samsung lovers over here in Nepal. Hopefully, we will be able to get a chance to get our hands on new Note 7 soon.
Samsung officially announces worldwide Galaxy Note 7 Recall.
News Source: Android Authority
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