- Samsung wants Galaxy Note 7 owners to fly meet. The Korean tech giant plans to open a number of airports in the United States exchange offices where people Note 7 can exchange their device can get a different model or their purchase price. This was reported Bloomberg.
Note the seventh state in the US since last week blacklisted for traffic. Who with a Note 7 is caught while boarding, his phone at least 30 days lost. Because the device is listed as 'dangerous' it is confiscated and handed over to the Ministry of Transport. To prevent customers at airports in trouble, Samsung has decided to open the offices.
After a number of discs 7 handsets went up in flames, the device is put on the blacklist. Samsung gave the recall and replace such problems that the 7 per Note is taken directly from the market.