Leak: Samsung looking to disconnect the Note 7 units in the United States
After the issue of explosions started to rock the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, they had no choice but to call back all of the units of the device that they had in the market and when it was sure that some people had so fallen in love with the device that they didn’t want to bring it in anymore, Samsung were forced to start offering incentives for some regions.
This again has not halted those in the United States as it has been shown that a lot of the early users still had their own nits and in a bid to finally curb the excesses of this device out there, there is a new rumour that suggests that Samsung has a kill switch ready to be deployed.
For the regain of New Zealand and Australia, Samsung has already announced that the units of this device would be disconnected on the 15th of December and in Canada, that has been done already. This disconnection means that the users would be able to use neither the call, internet or Bluetooth options. While that same kind of option has not been announced for the US, it seems that they have started to strongly consider the option as this is the only way that they see in sight to bring in the remaining 285,000 units still out there.
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