AT&T is considering stopping all sales and replacements of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 due to ongoing safety issues, reports Bloomberg. Citing a person "familiar with the situation," Bloomberg says AT&T may halt sales as soon as today.
AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint have all started allowing customers to exchange their Galaxy Note 7 devices for different smartphones such as the iPhone 7, but AT&T's full sales ban would go one step further, seeing the company cease offering "safe" replacement devices altogether.
Former U.S. safety officials say the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 may face a second recall if it's found the device which went up in flames on a Southwest place was a replacement Note 7.
Samsung rolled out its replacement program for the Galaxy Note 7 back in late September, letting owners exchange units with faulty batteries. However, recent reports surfaced about a replacement Galaxy Note 7 caught fire while on a ...
A reported replacement Galaxy Note 7 burst into a smoky mess on a recent Southwest Airlines flight and now the US CPSC is investigating the incident.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 launched on Aug. 19 to rave reviews, but after just a few weeks on the market, the world’s most popular smartphone maker is now halting sales of the handset and issuing a global recall following reports that i...