Now that the Galaxy Note 7 has been recalled for a second time, it’s become illegal to bring the phablet onto an airplane. To help accommodate the folks who might not be able to get to their initial point of purchase to exchange or return their device, Samsung has a pop-up idea.
Samsung has launched kiosks in “high-traffic” airports all around the globe, with some appearing in the United States and others in Australia and South Korea. There are representatives in those kiosks that will make it possible for Galaxy Note 7 owners to exchange their device for another Samsung-branded smartphone. The rep will help you swap over your data to the new device, too.
The booths are open from 6:00am to 8:00pm local time.
How did your Galaxy Note 7 exchange experience turn out?