Holders of the high-end smartphone will have access to only 60% of the total battery capacity.
Samsung has to come to market soon safer versions of its Galaxy Note 7 but, foreseeing the possibility can not replace all smartphones this model already available in the market, announced a preventive measure. This will limit by charging the battery to 60% of its maximum capacity.
As tells the Associated Press, the moment this measure is designed only for the South Korean market but is likely to eventually be extended to other territories such as the US, where they have not missed cases of Galaxy Note 7 that unexpectedly exploded.
Fully charging the battery will prevent the Galaxy Note 7 becomes too hot, thus reducing the possibility of smartphone explode from one moment to the other. However, it is expected to begin coming to market secure versions already certified by Samsung.