Because of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fire fiasco, last few months have not been “GOOD” for Samsung Mobiles. Even after the company recalled the flagship device and exchanged them with the “safe” Galaxy Note 7 devices, customers still experienced the fire issues. This eventually made the company discontinue Note 7 completely. Considering that fiasco a thing of past, the company launched a mid-range Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime in September and today we are going to help you a bit in deciding whether to go for it or not.
The recent disaster of Galaxy Note 7 has not made Samsung lose its morale. The mobile giant is trying to turn around the situation by bringing the Galaxy Note 7 features to S7 series. In addition to it, new investment news has been confirmed for the India market. The company is going to invest a whopping amount of Rs 1,970 Crore with the aim to double the capacity of their Noida plant in Uttar Pradesh by before the beginning 2020.
Samsung Galaxy Note7
Samsung has started the long and excruciating procedure of reviewing its defective Galaxy Note7 gadgets. What’s more, in light of the fact that the gadget is so unstable, the organization is avoiding potential risk by sending buyers an uncommon warm defensive box.
The Smartphone was formally launched mid-August to incredible audits. In any case, Samsung was compelled to review it comprehensively in September after a few dozen client reports that the phone was suddenly bursting into flames. The substitution program began a week later; however some substitution gadgets that should be protected displayed the same blazing conduct.
The successful series of Samsung Galaxy Note is facing serious trouble from its latest Note 7 as report started emerging last month that the phone is exploding while charging. Samsung announced the replacement of all the Note 7 Smartphones.