The Samsung Galaxy Note7 battery is the latest in a string of high-end phones that are plagued with problems with battery life.
While Samsung has promised to fix the problem in the future, it seems it is unlikely that this will happen before the end of the year.
In a new report, Samsung said it will not release the Note7 until May.
Samsung will continue to supply battery packs to select retailers for the next few months.
The company has already begun shipping its Note7s to select customers and has already made a series of software updates to improve battery life and improve the performance of the device.
So far, Samsung has only been able to fix issues with the Note 7 battery, and the company has yet to fix any other issues with its devices.
But Samsung’s battery issues are nothing new.
Samsung has had issues with battery issues on other devices in the past, and many of those devices were the Galaxy S7 series, which launched in October.
The S7 battery suffered a serious battery drain in the first quarter of 2017, but Samsung’s efforts to fix it were quickly forgotten.
This is not the first time Samsung has been unable to fix battery issues.
The Galaxy S6 battery was a major battery drain issue, and Samsung has not released a fix for that issue for more than a year.
Samsung also has not made a major update to its Note battery since the first year of the Note series.
The problem has been present on the Note5, S6, and S6 Edge, and has been a problem on the S6 Active, as well.
Samsung’s Note 7 problem appears to be different.
The issue with the battery is a lot more serious, but there is no known solution.
Samsung hasn’t been able even to find a replacement for the Note 6 battery.
Samsung is not saying if it will be releasing a replacement Note 7, but it appears that Samsung is considering a full recall of the phones.
The recall comes as Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 batteries have continued to get worse.
While we know that Samsung will be able to address the problem, the company is also making the decision to make sure that there is not a repeat of this problem.
It is also unlikely that Samsung would release the recalled phones until it has fully addressed the issue.
The Note 7’s battery problems are more severe than the S7’s, and it is not clear if the company will be making a full repair of the problem.