Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and S6 have been hit with multiple recalls due to the company’s Galaxy Note7 recalls.
However, the S7 and S7 edge will be the only two devices to be recalled, which could make it easier for consumers to replace parts.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
What are the recalls?
The first recall was announced by Samsung on Thursday.
The recall affects the batteries of the S5, S6 and S8, as well as the display.
This means that all the devices are affected by the Note7 recall.
The Galaxy Note5 and Note6 also got recalled, but not the S8 and S9.
The Galaxy S6 edge and S5 are the only devices to have been recalled.
There is a small amount of damage to the phone that will require you to replace the battery, but there are no reports of serious damage to these devices.
Samsung has already offered a warranty for the Galaxy S8 as well, but the company hasn’t yet released any replacements for the phones.
The S7 is the only device that has been recalled, with the Samsung Note8, S8 Plus and S10 being the only other devices that have been affected.
The recall was originally announced in April 2018.
Samsung said it received reports of battery damage from some users who received defective batteries, but has yet to offer a replacement for the faulty batteries.
The company did offer a full refund to customers that bought faulty batteries, and has been issuing replacement batteries for those who buy faulty batteries for a limited time.
The company also promised to replace damaged batteries in the future.