Samsung Galaxy Disconnecting Note 7 Services in Australia

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Samsung Galaxy Disconnecting Note 7 Services in Australia
Korean Giant Samsung has announced that it is working with Australian telecommunication networks to suspend services for Galaxy Note 7. Some people are still using the Galaxy Note 7 and it can cause any damage just like previous incidents. The manufacturer wants to protect its loyal customers so it has decided to discontinue Note 7 services from all Australian carriers.

The procedure will begin on December 15 and Samsung stated that the consumers would be reported about the adjustments today with “constant communication and updates about the Australian network discontinuation provided to consumers over the next three weeks, to make certain sufficient observe is provided.”


One again Samsung is urging those people who are still using Galaxy Note 7, customers can replace it with Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge or they can switch to any other company. Moreover, Samsung is working on its next flagship Galaxy S8, the device is expected to launch at MWC 2017. We anticipate that after failure of Note 7, the Galaxy S8 will be a flagship killer of the year with amazing and admirable features.


The device is rumored to have 6GB of RAM and 256GB storage, we wonder either Samsung will offer 256GB storage as a option or the base model will have straight 256GB storage. The device will come in coral blue and color and it will feature 3d touch display.

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