Samsung TV service may not be up for the upcoming TV assembly service at this time, but Samsung says it’s working on the issue and expects it will be up and running soon.
The company sent an email to its users in early March saying that while it has “not been able to confirm this information, we are working on it,” and that it will provide more information as it becomes available.
The email didn’t specify how long the outage would last, and the company said it will not be releasing any further information.
Samsung also said that the service was not affected by the recent cyber attack.
Samsung TV’s outage has been widely covered by the media and has been blamed on the company’s rollout of a new operating system that was supposed to go live earlier this year, but that is still ongoing.
The outage has caused widespread service disruptions in the U.S. and in China, and forced hundreds of millions of people to change their plans.
Samsung has said that it is working on a fix for the problems and is working with the company to fix the issue.
We are also working to improve the service as soon as possible, said the email, which did not provide details on when that fix might be available.