A week ago, Samsung declared it would issue an update to all US Galaxy Note 7 Smartphones that would fundamentally transform the gadget into a block. Be that as it may, Verizon applauded back and resembled, really we won’t issue the update, in light of the fact that it is the Christmas season and individuals being without a telephone could be awful. Well now, the country’s biggest Mobile carrier has had a change of mind.
“Verizon will issue Samsung’s upgrade all things considered; it’s simply going to hold up until after the Christmas season,” Verizon said.
Samsung will release a Note7 update on December 19. This upgrade keeps away the gadget from charging and wipes out the capacity for it to act as a cell phone.
Verizon won’t push this product upgrade to your gadget until January 5, 2017. “We want to make sure you can contact family, first responders, and emergency medical professionals during the holiday travel season.”
In any case, we encourage you to quit utilizing your Note7, update it to another gadget and give back the Note7 to us.
AT&T will likewise be releasing the Note 7-killing update to its clients on January 5. Sprint will take after on January 8, 2017. Of the real US transporters, just T-Mobile will issue the overhaul before 2017 begins, with its upgrade going out on December 27.
The majority of the carriers are referring to the bustling travel of the Christmas season as reasons why they can’t push out an update on the nineteenth, as Samsung will to its own unlocked phones. In fact, the Galaxy Note 7 is banned on all US flights by the FAA, so air travel with this cell phone is really illegal.
Any rational individual could comprehend that Verizon and alternate carriers need to ensure their clients have replacement telephones before issuing upgrade that will kill data service and make them unusable.