Posted by administrator on 11 Oct 2016 11:29:30
Samsung has told users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to turn off the Samsung smartphone. This while it investigates new reports of the replacement devices catching fire.
Samsung also told that it will stop all sales of Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung has already recalled 2.5 million Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in September after it received complaints of exploding batteries. And it assured that all replaced devices were now safe. Yet now there are new reports that even the phones that had been replaced have issues and have caught fire. A man in USA Kentucky said his bedroom was full of smoke from the replaced Samsung Note 7. There was an earlier report of a domestic flight being evaculated after the new device started emitting smoke in the cabin.
Do you use a Samsung Galaxy Note 7?