In case you haven’t heard, Samsung issued a global recall of the Galaxy Note 7. As many as 2.5 million units will be replaced in the coming weeks after Samsung identified at least 35 cases where faulty batteries could have caused explosions. The company is replacing all existing Galaxy Note 7 units free of charge, which means you should really return yours now, even if even if you do have to wait a few more weeks for a replacement.
如果你还没听说过三星全球召回Galaxy Note 7的话，你可能要注意点了！据悉，在三星集团发现至少35起劣质电池导致的手机爆炸后，250万部Galaxy Note 7将在下周被召回并替换。目前所有Galaxy Note 7都可以享受免费更换服务，所以你最好赶快退掉你的Galaxy Note 7。
If you'd rather live on the edge though, a new report reveals one way you could check whether your Galaxy Note 7 contains potentially faulty battery packs. Of course, we’d still advise you to just return the handset rather than pursuing your own investigation.
如果你真想试试自己的运气的话，一份新的报告可以帮助你确认你的Galaxy Note 7是否使用了危险电池。当然，我们还是强烈建议你把手机还还掉算了。
Samsung halted Galaxy Note 7 sales and new launches in most markets except for China. The Galaxy Note 7 was just released in the region, and sales will continue because the units sold in China have batteries that come from a Chinese supplier, ATL.
三星已经停止了Galaxy Note 7在除中国以外所有国家的销售。Galaxy Note 7刚刚在中国大陆发行，销售不会受到此次召回的影响，因为中国大陆销售的Galaxy Note 7采用的是中国厂商ATL的电池。
Samsung subsidiary Samsung SDI supplied 70% of batteries for the phone and Samsung identified those batteries as posing risks, The Korea Heraldexplained. ATL batteries are supposedly safe, and will probably be found in all Galaxy Note 7 units going forward, including the ones that will replace older phones.
一位韩国官员表示，三星子公司三星SDI供应了70%的Galaxy Note 7电池，目前已经确认正是这些电池具有潜在危险。而中国产商ATL的电池相较之下十分安全，未来可能应用于所有Galaxy Note 7上，包括被召回更换的那些。
How can you tell what type of battery you have in your Galaxy Note 7? One way to do it is to crack open the device and look at the information printed on the battery. But it really isn’t easy to open up the rear shell of the phone — we’re not looking at a good old plastic Samsung handset here.
那么问题来了，怎么判断你的电池是安全的呢？一种方法是拧开手机看一下电池上打印的产品信息。然而想打开Galaxy Note 7的后盖实在不容易。
But don't worry because Phone Arena says that it’s enough to look on the back of the handset, or head to the Phone info section of the Settingsapp and find the desired information.
“If it says ‘manufactured in China,’ there is a nice chance it will have ATL-packaged battery cells inside, though T-Mobile, whose model is made in China, is also taking part in the voluntary recall that the other US carriers issued as well,” Phone Arena says – emphasis ours. “If it says ‘manufactured in Korea’ or ‘in Vietnam,’ well, we'd return the unit to the vendor.”
“Nice chance” really isn’t good enough when it comes to one’s safety, so we still recommend swapping your Note 7 out for a new one, or for a Galaxy S7 or S7 edge.
然而，“基本上没问题”也并不表示“一定没问题”，出于安全考虑，我们还是强烈建议你们退掉你的Note 7，或者换个Galaxy S7或者S7 edge。
Michael Wan50 minutes ago
Now everybody is looking to have something made in China.
Captian5 hours ago
A user replaceable battery would have made this much easier and cheaper for Samsung.