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A man claims that the replacement Galaxy Note7 he received under Samsung's recall program exploded less than 24 hours after it arrived, causing injuries to his hand, and damage to his Apple MacBook.
Samsung says 90% of those who have so far returned their Galaxy Note7 have chosen to stick with the device by opting for a replacement - but almost over 40% of US owners still haven't returned theirs.
Some Galaxy Note7 owners whose devices were replaced under the recall program are reporting that the new handsets are overheating, and that their batteries are losing power even while being charged.
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Samsung has launched a new website to determine if a user's Galaxy Note7 is safe or not. Moreover, a new green battery color will be used in the Note7 UI to indicate that the battery is not faulty.
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The US Consumer Product Safety Commission today announced a recall of one million Samsung Galaxy Note7 devices, due to their likeliness to catch fire and cause injury or property damage.
After originally claiming that models of the Note7 released in China weren't affected, Samsung will now recall 1,858 devices due to concerns over its battery overheating and potentially exploding.
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A software update will prevent the Note7's battery from charging above 60% of capacity to help reduce overheating - but owners are still being urged to switch off the device and seek a replacement.
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Within 24 hours, Samsung has offered its US recall plan for those with a Galaxy Note7. In addition to replacement, Samsung will also offer the chance to switch to an S7 or S7 edge, and a $25 credit.
Samsung has announced a wide recall of its flagship Galaxy Note7 handsets. The company found that a small percentage of its devices were catching fire due to a faulty battery.
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