Galaxy Note 7 units getting an update rollout in Europe
Even though the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 faced a lot of issues due to the explosions so much that there was a first and second recall for the units of this model that had already launched in to the market, some users have failed to turn theirs in and have continued to use it nonetheless.
Not even the scare of it exploding at any point in time have convinced them to do so and with these lovers of the Note, Samsung is rolling out an update that would be able to keep them safe as regards the battery if they decide to not turn in their units.
Having already done the same thing in their home country of South Korea, Samsung is now rolling out an update to the users of the device in the European region where one-third of the Note 7 is still in circulation and wit this update, they would be able to cap your battery charge at just 60%, keeping the device from overheating, making it last less and convincing you to further return it.
To be candid though, it would be better you return your unit since they have even given you the option of either a refund or change to another device of your choice. That, we think, is the best they can offer.
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