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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Insurance Details

The saga of defective batteries Samsung Galaxy Note 7 began earlier this month and, although, with difficulties, the company has taken the bull by the horns to replace the units in circulation by new models completely safe batteries. The replacement process starts today on September 19 and is expected in the coming weeks to be completed worldwide.
In their eagerness to close this chapter as soon as possible, Samsung is trying to accelerate the process so that everyone who bought it back Note 7, which are not finding it quite simple . His last contribution was a brief guide to distinguish the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Insurance defective.
The most visible change in the new Note 7 will be the battery icon. Samsung has decided to add a change in the software that can be identified quickly without checking the IMEI as you can do in the US or watch sticker box.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Insurance Details
As shown in catches on these lines, the battery icon of insurance shall be filled Note 7 green instead of white as in the initial release. The new icon will appear both in the status bar and the menu Always On and off screen.
In addition, Samsung also added an indicator on the sales packaging device. The revised defective batteries with no units will have a black square in the upper right corner of the label where the terminal codes as shown in the above image appear.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Insurance Details

Although two visible indicators to identify new Note 7 quickly and easily, no longer easily replicable two changes at both software and physically on the stickers. As we mentioned, in the United States has enabled a tool to check if a Note 7 is safe by entering the IMEI, a method that leaves no room for equivocation and so far has not been introduced worldwide, but would not come anything wrong.

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