There has been news for long that Samsung Electronics is recalling its latest Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones from around the world because its batteries have a tendency to explode while being charged. Some victims are claiming that the smartphone explodes anyways whether you are charging it or not. Several airlines have banned people from using their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones during flights, including India.
Although Samsung Electronics is in talks with various governments including the US and Korea regarding recalling all the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices, now the company is also advising its customers to not to use the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones due to the danger they pose.
In a statement on its website, Samsung has asked its customers all over the world to power down their devices and exchange them for new units as soon as possible. According to the statement, Samsung says that although only a small number of devices have exploded, it is advised that people shouldn’t use their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones. In Malaysia people can start replacing their current Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices with new units under the programme starting from September 29.