Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Users Reporting Battery Issue

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It seems as if the iPhone isn't the only product family dealing with a slowdown, however, as a number of people have reported Galaxy Note 8 battery problems.

Some Samsung Galaxy Note 8 owners have complained that their phones died after the battery drained.

As mentioned above, Samsung is now aware of the issues and has stated that "This particular problem with the Note 8 not turning on is definitely something that we want to get addressed immediately".

He later talked to Samsung customer support who told him to try pressing various button combinations to reboot the phone, but none of the methods worked since the buttons naturally weren't responsive. Although the aforementioned issue doesn't seem to be widespread for now, Samsung may want to take a look at it and solve the issue before it gets major attention. The company is reportedly offering the affected users repairs and replacement devices.

Some of the Note 8 users have tried different methods to charge the device i.e. different cables and charger, hence concluded that the phone is faulty.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Users Reporting Battery Issue
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Users Reporting Battery Issue

Complaints regarding the issue have been cropping up around the web, with the most popular post regarding the Galaxy Note 8 battery problems written by user Piunkiaweb on Reddit.

Shortly before Christmas, reports claimed Samsung plans to release the handset sometime in March, which would suggest a February or March announcement. The safe unit also had similar issues and the company had no option but to recall and discontinue the device.

Samsung Galaxy J2 (2018) comes with an AMOLED display has a diagonal of 5 inches (960 x 540 pixel resolution), Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 chipset, 1.5 GB of RAM, internal storage capacity of 16 GB and 2,600 mAh battery.

According to a recent report it appears that owners of the handset on a number of USA carriers have had this issue.

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