After the Galaxy Note 7 distribution was halted in Korea and there were reports that the smartphone exploded during charging, Samsung is reported to be thinking of recalling every single unit of this handset. We reported recently that the Note 7 phone exploded while was being charged by a user. Now, there are reports that Korean giant is recalling each unit of this smartphone in Belgium.
It is reported that Samsung has halted distribution of this smartphone in Belgium as well. The company is withdrawing the stock of this handset that is currently with the warehouses of its sales partners and will go under a quality check.
As per the South Korean media outlet Chosun llbo, Samsung originally had a plan to exchange the batteries of the Galaxy Note 7 phone of the customers free of charge. But a new report reveals that the new plan of the company is to issue a refund or exchange along with a new phone. Samsung blames its various manufacturing partners that were responsible for producing the battery pack of this phone, for it being exploded.
Samsung has put its fingers for making faulty battery packs on the Korean ITM Semiconductor. But this kind of events is not good for Samsung. Currently, the stock of the company is falling so we are expecting it to issue an official statement on this matter soon. Despite of the issues being faced by Samsung, the phone’s launch in China will go according to the schedule. This has come as a new report from The Herald.
We feel you would not want to get your hands-on Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 for now, so we suggest you to purchase some other phone from the Korean giant. To do so, you can check out the cheapest offers for galaxy s7 edge from the retailers in UK providing this handset at a reasonable price.