It is now extremely clear that Samsung’s Note7 devices are off the market all around the world. Pulling the plug on the phones after a month’s long problem over its defective dangerous batteries. The company tried to replace them and then the new devices suffered the same problem.
If you currently own and have a Galaxy Note7, here is what you need to do next.
Do Not Panic. These phones can literally explode, but now that you know your device is unsafe you can take precautions to stop this from happening.
Turn It Off. Do not continue to use the device. Do not plug it into charge or plug it into the computer. Just simply turn off your Galaxy Note7.
Return It Immediately. You can now return your Galaxy Note7 and exchange it for another Samsung phone if you choose. Which isn’t as simple as it sounds it just means your downgrading. Best case scenario, you have an old smartphone lying around that you can use.
Buy a New Phone. You’ve been through enough, Note7 owners. It’s time for a new phone.
The Google Pixel XL is about the same size as the Note7, The Pixel XL is slightly larger overall. The screen is smaller and the screen resolution is the same, with similar back camera quality and comparable batteries. The Pixel XL has a few significant upgrades:
If you’re all in on Google services like Gmail, Google Calendar and the upcoming Google Home, this will make your life easier.
If you buy the device directly from Google, you can bank on getting Android updates before anyone else.
It is the only phone that will work with the new Daydream virtual reality headset, for now.
The selfie camera is more powerful than the Note7.
At the moment the Google Pixel XL the best alternative to the Note7. Will that remain the same, we will wait and see.