Re: Why Samsung Will Replace Current Galaxy Note 7 with New One?
After announcing Galaxy Note 7 Safety Recall, Samsung is gearing up to resume its Note 7 sales reportedly from September 28th. Though its reputation is at stake, Samsung claimed the customer’s safety is their highest priority and urged the Note 7 users to participate in the U.S. Note 7 Exchange Program.
You don’t need to go Samsung store to check whether you are eligible for the exchange program. Just enter your IMEI or serial number and check online. The Galaxy Note 7 owners can contact the carrier or retail outlet where they purchased their device and get the Note 7 exchanged or obtain a refund along with $25 gift card. This is really the biggest drive to recall 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 units after its batteries started overheating, catching fire and posed a safety risk.
Galaxy 7 will resume Sales:
In spite of the faulty Note 7, people are ready to purchase the new and safe Galaxy 7 Note. Indeed, Note 7 is the flagship phablet of the South Korean electronics giant Samsung. The company has announced that the new Galaxy Note 7 will be at available with carrier/retailer no later than September 21, 2016.
However, according to a company spokeswoman, Samsung doesn’t want to mess the things with the Global Safety Recall and thus it would resume Galaxy Note 7 sales from September 28th, 2016 or when conditions allow. Hopefully, all these issues will settle down by that point.