Samsung has recalled its Galaxy Note 7 around the world, the handset has been recalled because there is a risk of it catching fire.
You would think that this would be enough to encourage people to return the handset, but it obviously is not as many are still being used.
Samsung Electronics Europe today announced that it will issue a new battery software update to all Galaxy Note7 devices across the region, which will limit the maximum battery charge to 60%.
As part of Samsung’s absolute focus on customer safety, the new software update will roll out across Europe from Monday, October 31. The update is the latest measure taken by the company to reduce customer risk and simultaneously drive all remaining Galaxy Note7 customers in Europe to replace their device immediately.
Samsung has now released a software update in Europe which will only allow the device to charge to 60%, this is apparently to limit the chances of it catching dire and also get people to return the devices.
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