In case you live under a rock and only get your news from Geekologie (which is commendable), Samsung is having a problem with their Galaxy Note 7 phones exploding. And this is a short video of a man unboxing the special boxes Samsung is sending to Note 7 customers to return their devices. They include a thermally protected box designed to prevent fire from spreading. Once containing a potential Note 7 grenade, the packages aren't allowed to be flown on planes and must be delivered by ground transport.
Company is offering prepaid shipping boxes as an option for U.S. owners of the phones, which are prone to overheat and catch fire
Samsung is offering the prepaid shipping boxes to U.S. customers who purchased the smartphone online.
When Samsung initiated a replacement program for its explosion-prone Galaxy Note 7 a few weeks ago, it was only natural to assume that the South Korean tech giant managed to pinpoint the source of the problem and fix it. Of course, ...
Returning your explosion-prone Samsung phone is a complicated, quadruple-layered process.