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Rest In Peace. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is officially DEAD now

By Hamza Azhar


GAME OVER! Samsung has now officially announced that the company is going to stop selling Galaxy Note 7 worldwide effective immediately after a number of exploding incidents. Samsung took this unfortunate decision after, supposedly safe replacement Galaxy Note 7 units, started to catch fire just like the original model. 

In a recent statement, Samsung has asked all its partner stores and carriers worldwide to immediately halt the sales of Galaxy Note 7. Moreover, Samsung has also requested all the existing users of Galaxy Note 7 to power down their devices and exchange it with any other phone. Fair deal? Is it?

Because consumers’ safety remains our top priority, Samsung will ask all carrier and retail partners globally to stop sales and exchanges of the Galaxy Note 7 while the investigation is taking place. …Consumers with either an original Galaxy Note 7 or replacement Galaxy Note 7 device should power down and stop using the device and take advantage of the remedies available.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 launched in late August and soon after its distribution, reports of exploding phones started to come out. Samsung initially considered it a battery issue and started a recall program of all the devices. Few weeks later, Samsung started to ship 'safe' Galaxy Note 7 as a replacement for those affected, and to the new customers. 

Few days later, the 'safe' Galaxy Note 7 exploded ONCE AGAIN and a number of similar incidents happened where replacement Galaxy Note 7 units caught fire.

If you are still using Galaxy Note 7, Its the best time to power off the phone and get a replacement. What is going to be your next choice? Probably an iPhone? It's your choice.