With Apple and Samsung holding over 70% of the premium smartphone market Nokia are banking on their past glory and a Quad HD resolution display as well as a new dual camera rig built around lens technology from optic giant Carl Zeiss, who agreed a partnership with Nokia in July. This is also not a similar situation to the Galaxy Note 7 from past year, thankfully. Unfortunately, for the Korean firm, that's exactly what they've got.
However, before you go comparing this to last year's Note 7 debacle, you should know that this time it isn't Samsung's fault.
The recall involves about 10,200 batteries placed in refurbished AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 4 cellphones by FedEx Supply Chain and distributed as replacement phones through AT&T's Insurance program only from December 2016 to April 2017.
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Those affected users will have a new, official battery shipped to them free of charge by FedEx.
A Samsung spokesperson told Tom's Guide that "FedEx Supply Chain is conducting this recall of non-genuine Samsung batteries as some of them are counterfeit". "The refurbishment program was managed by FedEx Supply Chain and operated independently of Samsung". We are more than certain that Samsung intends to start selling all color models of the flagship just one day after the August 23 announcement has drawn the curtains and there are several customers that prefer different color models.
Coming back to the issue, the affected units were said to be sent out quite recently. No injuries or property damage has been reported.