Galaxy Note 7 owners will not charge SamsungWe all expected to happen from all of the Galaxy Note 7 owners to make some charges to Samsung. Eventually, it does not seem like it’s going to happen. According to a report from The Investor, after Samsung admitted that it was batteries fault about malfunctioning, many of the users are seeing this very fair and accept it as it is. The situation is still on court, and it may be not going off very early even if nobody makes charge on Samsung. The Harvest Law Office representative revealed that the Samsung’s employees were trying to extort money from the Seoul-based tech giant.

The source also claimed that Samsung refused to apologize for the plaintiffs. All of the five plaintiffs filled an individual lawsuit against Samsung. But, due to the similar natures of their disputes, they all ended up being represented by the Harvest Law Office. These consumers are now seeking compensation for the fact that Samsung’s employees allegedly damaged their reputations. The court trial is expected to start by mid-2017.

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Samsung is currently facing other legal battles. It seems that the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco is still not over as some of the users still feel wronged by Samsung. The South Korean tech giant will still keep its thoughts clear and focus on their future on releasing the Galaxy S8 and S8 plus, and alongside getting the Note 7 case all clear and in the past.