Samsung replaced 85% of recalled Galaxy Note 7's

On Friday Samsung America announced that it has replaced all of its Galaxy Note 7 by 85%. The company has made significant progress in finding solutions to the problem of phones frequently catching fire. In September Samsung recalled around 2.5 million smartphones after a great number of people reported Note 7's catching fire. The company is also said to release phones with updated software which will limit the charging ability of the phone up to 60%. The massive recall saw other competitors in the electronics market such as Apple, LG and Google to receive more customers. The company also announced on Friday that it is set to recall 2.8 million top load washing machines in America as numerous cases of injuries had been reported.