Samsung's next generation device the Galaxy Note 7 was released after months of hype, but has been dogged by problems. The South Korean technology giant was forced to announce a global recall of the device following reports of explosion caused by its battery.
The company managed to replace Galaxy Note 7 batteries worldwide, but the problem reportedly persists with consumers complaining of battery overheating and quick exhaustion.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 consumers in South Korea have complained that the replacement batteries get overheated and lose power quickly, according to The Wall Street Journal. If the new complain is found true, the company could be forced to replace batteries again.
Samsung has started relaunching the Galaxy Note 7 in several markets after rectifying the faulty battery. The device was supposed to be released in India on September 2 but the release was postponed after reports of explosion caused by its battery. The company is now reportedly planning to launch the device on October 7.
Samsung had earlier admitted that the Galaxy Note 7 faced battery issues.
"For customers who already have Galaxy Note 7 devices, we will voluntarily replace their current device with a new one over the coming weeks," Samsung had said in a statement.
The Galaxy Note 7 is powered by a 3,500mAh battery made by Samsung SDI. It has a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with 1,440x2,560 pixels (518 ppi pixel density), an Exynos 8890 processor, an Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system, a 64GB internal memory expandable up to 256GB via microSD card, and a 4GB RAM. The device also mounts a 12MP main camera with f/1.7 aperture, 26mm lens, phase detection autofocus, OIS, LED flash, 1/2.5" sensor size and 1.4 Âµm pixel size, and a 5MP fromt snapper with f/1.7 aperture and 22mm lens.