Agencies are looking into incident aboard passenger jet
Investigators checking whether phone replaced after recall
Samsung Electronics Co. could face an unusual second recall of its Note 7 smartphones if one that caught fire aboard an airliner this week is a replacement device as its owner says, two former U.S. safety officials said.
The Federal Aviation Administration and the Consumer Product.
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A global recall of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, whose batteries in some cases caught fire, rolled out in earnest around the world, amid questions about whether Samsung can meet demand for the replacement devices.
A second recall would be an unusual move but could happen if this week's incident aboard the Southwest Airlines flight involved a "safe" Galaxy Note 7.