The Galaxy Note 7 has been officially recalled and Samsung is doing everything they can to help facilitate exchanges and refunds, like setting up booths at airports around the world for instance.
However, there were still about a million Note 7s still being used, and check out this shop in Hong Kong which is not helping matters.
There is a shop in Hong Kong that is still displaying the Note 7 and are apparently offering it at a “special price”. It was seen by Engadget’s Senior Editor Richard Lai. We don’t know the price since Lai did not ask about it. They appear to have a lot of them in stock still. Samsung would be happy to take them off their hands, but I guess that store is trying to profit from them anyway.
Maybe they are “hot” if you know what I mean. So they can’t return them. Either way, they are a danger to anyone who buys one. Anyhow, if you still have this device, return it already. Samsung has been offering incentives for customers to exchange their handsets. It is simply not worth the risk to use this phone as it could blow up or catch fire. Nobody wants that.
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: Mobile Phone News