After a battery cell issue that caused dozens of reported fires or explosions, Samsung made an voluntary recall to replace the defective devices on September 2nd. Now, the Korean tech giant is finally pushing out replacement Note 7's and has plans to resume selling the device in some regions beginning September 28th. Also, Samsung sent out an e-mail this week letting consumers know that replacement devices should be in U.S. retail stores no later than September 21st.
Before the recall, the Note 7 garnered all-around good reviews, including our 120 second review. When the Note 7 gets put back on shelves would you still pick one up or has the battery issue scared you away? Let us know in the comments below.