Samsung has rolled out a non-explosive new and safer battery with a green battery indicator instead of the white that Google used on all the phones since the invention of Android 4.4 Kitkat.Before that, Samsung was using a green icon for battery because Samsung got special dispensation from Google due to some extraordinary circumstances.
The battery icon of Note 7 not only changed from white to green but also have a green battery gauge in its Restart Menu which can examine by holding down the power button.
Another indication from Samsung about its Note 7 is its explicit notification to public and its users about this new collection of Note 7 with a newly certified battery from some different supplier.
If you have a Note 7, old or new, you ought to be receiving the updates from today in Canada and US. This update is of 50 MB, which should not take much time for installation. It does not have any impact on its security; neither has it added anything to its operating system.
The battery icon is very elusive as compared to Galaxy S7 Edge. However, the purists are familiar with the aesthetic notification shades of Android which are going to change. An addition of a gauge button on the Restart Menu seems a good and useful idea.
You will be warned through a notification when you start your phone or power it off; you just need to put your phone in its box and exchange it for the new Galaxy Note 7 with new and safer battery.
What will you do if you receive a notification for this forced update? There’s left no reason to hold on to an old phone when the new stock is on the shelves, especially in Canada and the USA.
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