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Samsung urges owners of Galaxy Note 7 for Exchange
Samsung calls in a press release again urgently all owners of a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to participate in the exchange program. Sascha had already a few days ago about blogged that early owners of smartphones should rather not take any chances. Samsung also now emphasizes just once again that those who already hold a Galaxy Note 7 in the hands, rather should participate in the exchange. Either you sit it directly with Samsung in connection or exchange the device to the retailer where you have purchased it originally.
Samsung announced that customer safety is the top priority of course. Who already own a Galaxy Note 7, there turn off best and wait for the exchange. There have indeed been few reports on the problems with the battery, but no one should enter into an unnecessary risk. Samsung itself had narrow lots affected and halted the extradition. In fact, for example, Samsung Australia has even now announced what it recognizes the new, error-free models.
So the label should look at a Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which is not affected by the defective battery. are important as features the black square on the bottom right and top right the big “S”. Does the packaging of your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 like this, there appears to be no danger. On September 13, Samsung wants but additionally provide another IMEI database. Furthermore you can then match your IMEI and also check whether your device is safe. Useful if you have already disposed of the carton or still are unsure.
You have Samsung probably their credit, they make the most of this PR disaster and of course security risk and so responsible sense as possible. Certainly not only the South Koreans themselves, but also the customer had introduced the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 different.Viewing:-120
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