Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users can't charge their devices

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users can't charge their devices

Some people do genuinely seem to have a problem while others can get their Note 8 devices working fine even after going right down to a 0 percent battery charge.

A battery issue is now surfacing for the Galaxy Note 8, a series that's already been affected by that in the past. Then again most phones have similar issues if their batteries are drained to nothing.

That being said, Samsung representatives, such as "SamsungMel" in one thread has suggested that users utilise their warranty for a replacement.

"This particular problem with the Note 8 not turning on is definitely something that we want to get addressed immediately."
According to them, their devices are unable to charge any longer after it drops down to zero. Users who have tried wireless charging have claimed that Note 8 becomes unresponsive but continues to show blue charging light.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users can't charge their devices
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users can't charge their devices

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. Still, it's nothing of the disaster the Note 7 was, nor did it follow in the footsteps of Google's terrible Pixel 2 launch.

It says that any United Kingdom customers experiencing the issue or something similar should contact Samsung on 0330 726 7864. Of course, the silver lining is that users will no longer be able to use cheap, knock-off and potentially risky battery replacements either, bear in mind.

It is worth noting that on Twitter a couple of users talking about their bricked Galaxy Note 8 devices have the units locked with carriers such as Verizon and Sprint Mobile.

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