Samsung Sent Half A Million Samsung Galaxy Note 7 In To US For Replacement

Samsung just announced the delivery of 500,000 Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in the US because of the explosions of many Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in the US. The replacement Note 7s will be available in stores and from carriers starting today, allowing consumers to begin exchanging their handsets.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 safety recall page outlines the details of the exchange program, which states that users can swap the Note 7 for a replacement model, Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, or a simple refund. Additionally, any customer who replaces the Note 7 will receive a $25 gift card, in-store credit or something similar.

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This comes after recalls were announced in other regions, with about 1 million devices covered by the recall in the US, a course of action was sparked when it came to light that the Note 7's battery was faulty and, in the worst cases, would overheat and explode.

The new Note 7 units come with a small visual modification to allow consumers to differentiate between the new devices with the old faulty ones. The battery indicator at the top-right corner of the home screen is now green instead of grey. If you own a Note 7 that does not display a green battery indicator, you must stop using your device and exchange it through the exchange program.

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My question is! when is this same thing going to take place in Nigeria and other parts of the African country ?

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