As we all know about the recent issue of Apple’s battery and slow down which ended up with an apology and battery exchange. Now many of the Samsung Note 8 users have complained about the battery. They are finding difficulty in charging Note 8 when it drains down to 0%. On the other side if someone is not facing such problem of battery charging then they are facing the screen shutting down or typing errors issues.
However, on several social media platform user have been posted about the related issues, few of them are blaming the charger but there is a problem in battery actually. A couple of days ago Samsung released a statement that they don’t use older batteries and also don’t have issues in their mobile phones. Now, it also facing the battery issue same like Apple an all Note 8 users are complaining different problems, on all these complains Samsung released another statement.
“Of course, Samsung is taking all reports of this kind seriously, we only received a very small number of customer inquiries that could be linked to charging management, and unfortunately we can only comment on the matter further if we have more detailed information about the affected devices.”
Apple is recently facing the lawsuit and consumer’s outrage over older batteries in iPhones. If anyone of you or people related to you have Note 8 should be conscious to charge it before it drains down to zero percent.
Here are some tweets of Samsung Note 8 Users who are facing issues:
- “Any idea what’s going on with the typing programs on the #Note8, I’ve been trying to send messages and it changes words for no reason and that do not need to be changed. any idea @SamsungMobileSA”
- “The official #Samsung Galaxy #Note8 charger is the worst charger I’ve ever used, and I just don’t mean recently, even compared to the old Nokia and Motorola days”
- “Hey @SamsungMobileUS, why does my #Note8 keep going black screen and unresponsive? I have friends with #S8 and #S8Plus experiencing the same thing. Got to soft reset to fix it. I’m tired of missing alarms and messages!”