Samsung pronounced the global recall of its latest flagship, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which was just a few weeks as the device was released in certain parts of the world. The main reason behind the recall was protection after it was found out that the batteries the handsets were covering were prone to catching fire and even explosion. With the frightening threat, the handset is posing to its owners, info on how to know if the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is holding is defective has surfaced online.
Method to check Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung in the meantime has exposed ways how you can check whether your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is safe or not and it can be complete through checking the label on the retail box. The corporation says that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 packaging will sport a perfect identification on the box which will have a minor black square on the white bar-code label with a white sticker with a blue letter ‘S’.
This will let customers check their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 units for security labeling once the replacement units will be accessible. The new labeling will also control third-party retailers from selling the old stocked Galaxy Note 7 units. Though, what if you get a Galaxy Note 7 without a retail box (for whatsoever reason). The South Korean company has you protected there as well, and will also soon allow customers cross-check if their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 unit is harmless by entering an IMEI number through an online database.
For holders who do not have the device’s box, there is still a method for them to find out if their Galaxy Note 7 is unlikely to burst. Samsung is reportedly setting up an online database next week, precisely on Sept. 13, where consumers can look for their handset’s IMEI and know if the one they have must be returned for replacement.