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About Samsung Galaxy Note 7:

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was a recent hit release with all its features absolutely stunning to the eye. The device is a water resistant and dust resistant with a newly designed structure for the both the smartphone and the S pen. The device has been treated with high levels of security, especially with the new iris scanner, a great quality camera and greater storage for the extra bits and pieces that are usually missed out.

Explosions:

The recent release triggered a huge sale with over a million devices sold with customers absolutely happy with their Galaxy Note until they charged it. The devices have been reportedly exploding while charging (35 such reports) and these explosions are said to be the results of a faulty battery that couldn’t handle the power.

What’s happening now:

Samsung has called back all the devices that have been sold to avoid any further such reports. Koh Dong-jin, the president of Samsung’s mobile business, said that they can swap their exploded or unexploded devices for new smartphones. However, this would be a great loss for the Samsung company because they have to replace these devices. Hence, whether they would actually make any profit from the new device would be a heavy doubt.

If you have a Samsung Galaxy Note 7:

The best advice would be return the device as soon as possible where you have bought it. Once returned, use your old phone until your device is replaced with a new device that has good battery. Samsung has stated that it would be a week or two until they have all such phones sorted and returned but at least, they have accepted the responsibility.

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