Looks like troubles aren't yet over for Samsung. A year after several Galaxy Note 7 devices exploded due to defective batteries, similar problems are being reported about the Galaxy Note 8.
The issue isn't as serious as explosion this time though: some users, mostly in the US, have reported their new phone won't charge once battery level hits zero.
All about the Galaxy Note 8
The Galaxy Note 8 hit the Indian markets in September'17 at a price of Rs. 67,900.
The smartphone features a 6.3-inch Super QuadHD+ Super AMOLED 'Infinity' display and dual rear camera setup. There's a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC processor and a 3300mAh battery under its hood and the device runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
The new S-Pen and Bixby were special features.
What's the issue with the Galaxy Note 8?
On sites like Reddit and Samsung's Community Forums, several users have reported that their devices switch off when battery reaches 0% and become unresponsive.
Many tried different cables, restarting in safe mode or a hard-reset, but most failed.
One user posted a video of attempting to revive their phone to no avail.