Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Latest News & Update: Confirmed New Update For Samsung Galaxy Note 7 To Prevent Exploding; Details Here!

By Daniel Flores , Updated Nov 06, 2016 07:38 PM EST
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In solving the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 dilemma, Samsung has issued a roll out for the said handheld device. In the U.S., Samsung is rolling out exchanges of Note 7s for new ones.

Techradar reports that there has been 85% recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in the U.S as part of the refund and exchange program in the country. Samsung has ordered this recall on Samsung Galaxy Note 7 products due to battery problems that would cause the handset to explode and mean serious harm to users.

The news outlet further reports that Samsung will develop an update that would allow the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 a safe charge, preventing the variant to charge only to 60%. The said update also has a pop-up notification system that will appear whenever a user charges, restarts or turns on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 patch will be released in the coming days to come by the tech giant company. However, Samsung hasn't released any officially statement with regards to why it is safer to charge the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 at 60%.

According to Engadget, the update was first introduced in Korea in September, before T-Mobile listed its availability in the U.S. Recently, more U.S. owners have already opted for a replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device and with the updated software, may work a little more like the ones that users previously owned.

For others who have not yet turned over their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to their respective carriers, please follow the company's advice to turn off the device and hand it over to Samsung. For more Samsung Galaxy Note 7 news and update stay tuned to Gamenguide!

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