Perhaps, you’ve heard of incidents of first owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that exploded while charging. We first thought that it was an isolated incident but there were incidents in South Korea and Belgium. Samsung said there were already 35 (as of September 1) cases around the world.
So, Samsung has already announced that the sale of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is put into halt. Good news for all owners of the Note 7, Samsung will be voluntarily replace your current device to a new one. Yey! The company will provide details on the process and timing of replacement as soon as possible.
We have a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on hand right now and honestly after all the 35 reported cases, we are a bit cautious when charging our unit. Since it is capable of fast charging, we monitor our unit and once fully charged, we take it off the socket right away. We advice our readers who owns the Note 7 to charge it before you sleep and take it out of the socket once it is full.