Galaxy Note 7 battery problems resolved: Samsung

Samsung told the BBC it is confident it has fixed the problem that caused the Galaxy Note 7’s battery to burn and explode.

The issue is resolved in replacement handsets currently being shipped to Europe, said Samsung.

In the Korean JoongYang Daily newspaper, Samsung took out an ad stating it will limit the charge in Galaxy Note 7 batteries to 60% of their rated capacity.

A software update limiting the battery capacity of the device will be rolled out from 20 September.

According to the BBC, the update is targeted at Note 7 owners who have not returned their handsets.

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