The notification simply says that “Your Galaxy S7 is not an affected device,” adding that it’s not subject to recall and they can continue to use it normally. It does get the job done. Not only does it tell them that they don’t have to take their phone back for an exchange or a refund, it also subtly reassures them that their handset does not have a battery issue like the Galaxy Note 7 so it’s not going to explode out of the blue for no apparent reason. It’s imperative for Samsung to reassure Galaxy S7 owners given that it’s likely going to fall back to this device as its primary flagship for the rest of the year. The company certainly wouldn’t want mass hysteria which causes people to start returning the Galaxy S7 as well out of an abundance of caution.
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