Samsung puts rollout of Galaxy Note 7 on hold due to explosion issues
It has only been a few weeks to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and although it was high priced, this didn’t stop a lot of people from making orders for their own copy of the phablet unit and even, the amount of stunning reviews that it had gotten cannot be estimated at this point.
However, the South Korean OEM has had reason to pause on the shipping of this latest flagship to other users because of a problem that has been reported more than once now – the explosion of the phone unit.
The reasons for these explosions cannot be determined by any means but it is surely a safety concern for those that have theirs with them right now and but has been reported that the occurrence takes place when the Type C USB Port is used for the charging of the device.
For now, it is not clear whether they have opted to stop the rollout in only their home market or the whole international region that it is launching to, but it would be better to stop everything till the source of the problem is gotten and the issue fixed.
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