With a massive loss of more than 18 Billion dollars, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is sure to go down as one of the most expensive goof-ups by the South-Korean tech giant. While it has been months since the global recall was conducted, there one last Galaxy Note 7 Update in Europe and other regions around the world that is on its way.

Samsung has scheduled an OTA update for Galaxy Note 7 devices in Europe, which will effectively render the device useless. After limiting the charging status to 60 percent with the previous update, Samsung is now forcing the remaining few users to return their devices with the latest Galaxy Note 7 Update in Europe.

The latest OTA update will be rolling out by December 15, limiting the charging of the Galaxy Note 7 devices to 30 percent. While Samsung plans to cripple their ill-fated device in Europe, it also plans to essentially kill the device in the United States by the end of the month.

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If you are among those who are still holding on to your Galaxy Note 7, having just 30 percent of battery charge will surely be compelling enough to head to your nearest Samsung store. Be sure to get your hazardous Note 7 exchanged or refunded right away and get yourself a new device this holiday season.

Source: AndroidAuthority

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