In the US the Galaxy Note 7 will no longer be charged after December 19,

No requests and warnings have not helped Samsung to achieve a return of all remains in the hands of smartphone Galaxy Note 7. In some countries, the explosive flagship simply disconnected from the cellular networks, and now he proizvoditel decided to tighten security measures. 19 Dec in the USA will be released update, which will deprive the machine of the ability to charge from the mains.

No requests and warnings have not helped Samsung to achieve a return of all remains in the hands of smartphone Galaxy Note 7. The company tried to speed up the process, limiting the maximum battery charge level to 60% and also added a notice about the replacement program every time you turn the screen, but it was not enough. In some countries, the explosive flagship simply disconnected from the cellular networks, and now Samsung has decided to tighten security measures. 19 Dec in the USA will be released update, which will deprive the machine of the ability to charge from the mains.
They will be almost impossible to use

According to the Korean giant, after the specified date within one month all Galaxy Note 7 in US will receive the update. In the us market the rate of returns of a smartphone is 93%, but still over 100 thousand users are in no hurry to change to another device and putting yourself in danger. After you install the new version ON the gadget will work only when the cable is connected. It is possible that at some point Samsung just deactivates the remaining devices.
What with the European Note 7?

The owners of Galaxy Note 7 is from Europe it will also be difficult to work with your smartphone — update from December 15, will reduce maximum battery life up to 30%. According to Samsung, in the region of the users have handed over more than 90% of devices, but here there were daredevils who still use explosive flagship.

By the way, Samsung Ukraine proposes to exchange the bought abroad Galaxy Note 7 to the other company’s flagship (unless, of course, the owner still have the receipt).

Source: The Verge