Yesterday Samsung announced that about half of all recalled Note 7 devices had been replaced. This was good news on the surface, but it seems that Samsung may not be out of the water yet even as they prepare to ship the next half of recalled devices to consumers in the coming days. There have been several reports that the new version 2.0 Galaxy Note 7 devices are turning up with new problems. I have even seen some of you state that the new Note 7 is not charging properly. One person reported that the Note 7 loses charge while charging if the phone is in use. This is not how it should be. Normally your phone would quick charge and would slowly charge while the phone is in use. It seems that Samsung may have implemented some throttling on the charge process in certain situations. Others are reporting overheating issues when charging. Samsung has reassured us that the new overheating problem is not related to the battery, and is not dangerous. Could these new issues be the nail in the Note 7's coffin?