Replacement Galaxy Note 4 Batteries Recalled For Fire Risk

Replacement Galaxy Note 4 Batteries Recalled For Fire Risk

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With the issue on the batteries of Galaxy Note 4, so far, there's only one report of overheating and no damage to property or people due to this.

The Note 4 has a replaceable battery, so this recall isn't as big of a deal. The brochure makes no mention of how much levels of pressure the Galaxy Note 8's pen supports, but the Galaxy Note 7 already boasted of 4,096 levels. Over 10,000 units are reportedly covered under this recall. As we all know from past year, a battery that overheats can explode or catch fire. Even if the handset costs only €100, it seems that the expansion to various markets has helped Xiaomi to regain positions and sum 1.5% of the market share.

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The refurbished smartphones were distributed by FedEx Supply Chain and provided as replacement phones only through AT&T's Insurance program between December 2016 and April 2017. They're supposed to get a mail from the company containing a free replacement battery and a postage paid box to give back the defective one.

FedEx is now sending out replacement batteries as well as shipping materials for customers to send their old batteries back.

The good news for Note 4 owners is that this is an easy fix. However, since the Galaxy Note 4 comes with an easily replaceable battery, the switch should be easy and painless. According to The Verge, only the refurbished units of the Galaxy Note 4 which are a part of USA carrier AT&T's insurance program and distributed by FedEx Supply Chain are affected with the battery issue.

Samsung also added that the recall of the non-genuine Samsung batteries is being conducted and managed by FedEx Supply Chain and operated independently of the Korean-based company.

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