With more and more cases arise from Samsungs Note 7 explosion or combust, it’s time for the Korean company to restart the collection process of replacement units, but this time with special care. The South Korean tech giant Samsung started sending special FIRE RESISTANT ‘recovery boxes’ and protective gloves to its consumers to return their Note 7.
Samsung Sends Out Fire-Resistant Boxes To Return Galaxy Note 7
Did you all know ? The South Korean tech giant Samsung started sending special FIRE RESISTANT ‘recovery boxes’ and protective gloves to its valuable customers to return their dangerous Samsung Galaxy Note 7 handsets. Just after announcing that it was discontinuing the production of the faulty device and was offering everyone their money back.
With more and more cases arising from Samsungs Note 7 regarding explosion or combust, it’s time for the Korean company to restart the collection process of replacement units, but this time with special care.
Yes, as we told earlier that the South Korean tech giant has started a new process of collecting the devices. Hence, to carry out the collection of devices that are still left to consumers, Samsung is now sending a special box for the collection. The concern is that as the box is fire-resistant.
The collection kit, which is now already sent to the owners of Galaxy Note 7, is special and includes a pair of gloves and a box that is shown to be anti-fire and has special protection.
There are also specific instructions on how the order must be returned, as it is being completely prohibited to send by air, must be used the mail by land transport due to fears it could explode in the air.
It is supposed that the thermal protective carrying case offers protection to those who handle the order during transport and prevent problems arise in the event of an explosion during this trip.
However, no one knows for the certain that how the Samsung will compensate all who bought the Note 7 and are experiencing this problem but probably they will get a new smartphone of the company, but they are likely to not choose the Galaxy Note 7 anymore.