SamMobile has recently compiled an increasingly growing number of online posts regarding Galaxy Note 8’s newest battery problem. The issue seems to be this: some of the Galaxy Note 8 smartphone units do not turn back on after their battery capacity was completely spent. In other words, if their power reached 0%, they do not turn back on, even after being powered back to 100%. Majority of Note 8 owners do not seem to have this issue, but the number of people who do seem to be growing. Ouchies. Naturally, Samsung will replace any faulty unit of the phone as long as it is under warranty, but the company has not yet officially addressed the issue. It is unknown whether it is a software or hardware problem. Hopefully it is the former, so that Samsung an quickly patch it up.
Kinda funny how such a nasty Samsung problem comes up just when Apple is facing a serious backlash for its battery downgrading practice… coincidence? You make the call.