There have been Note 8 units that wouldn't turn on after the battery was totally discharged.
Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 are reporting that their handset is dying once it reaches a 0 percent charge and won't come back to life. "Any customers with the similar matter are encouraged to contact Samsung at Local Customer Care number", said Samsung in a statement to PiunikaWeb.
"This particular problem with the Note 8 not turning on is definitely something that we want to get addressed immediately."Users who have tried wireless charging have claimed that Note 8 becomes unresponsive but continues to show blue charging light. Some users have reported that when the phone completely drained, the phones are unable to charge again which completely bricks the phone. More news: Lingard double saves Manchester United against Burnley
In the Becompact store, the phone can be ordered by customers, although Samsung has not yet made the official announcement. Both variants of the newly approved handsets are believed to be of the unlocked variety, whereas carrier-specific versions are yet to receive approval from the FCC. The company has since acknowledged the Galaxy Note 9 battery problems and is now working on a solution. Still, it's nothing of the disaster the Note 7 was, nor did it follow in the footsteps of Google's terrible Pixel 2 launch. In fact, the issue has been raised by Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users from different operators (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Cricket etc).
For now, if users are experiencing any device breaking issues, the best thing to do is to note it on the Community Forums and potentially use the warranty for a replacement.
It says that any United Kingdom customers experiencing the issue or something similar should contact Samsung on 0330 726 7864.