Amitabh Bachchan, Bollywood actor and person of great integrity has indirectly expressed his anger over the battery charging issue associated with Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Bachchan is unable to charge his expensive smartphone beyond 60 percent.
In his tweet, Bachchan quotes T 2395 and then says that the battery charge has been restricted to 60 percent. Bachchan further asks when it will allow his to go 100 percent. Towards the end he asks Samsung to please respond quickly.
T 2395 -I have Samsung Note 7. Battery charge restricted to 60%. When will it allow me to go 100 ? Mr Samsung please respond ! zara jaldi ! pic.twitter.com/VVkzPqXh1j
— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) September 30, 2016
With a popular actor like Bachchan took the real issue faced by customers on Twitter, the entire issue has become a big embarrassment for Samsung. Bachchan could have paid full amount to purchase Galaxy Note 7 assuming that it will work great.
However, the battery exploded in many countries thus forcing the company to issue an update which stops battery charging beyond 60 percent. In reality, you will not be able to charge Samsung Galaxy Note 7 beyond 60 percent. This is a big problem since the customer will not be able to take advantage of full potential of the handset.
If the battery is charged to 100 percent, then the phone has a possibility to explode. We wonder how the quality control department of Samsung ignored the problem during testing time.
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