Reports of problems with replacement Galaxy Note 7 smartphones are on the rise.
AT&T and T-Mobile have stopped exchanges of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones that were aimed to solve an issue of overheating batteries in the previous version, following reports that the new phones have also been involved in incidents of overheating and even explosions.
Samsung has said it is investigating the.
After several Galaxy Note 7 phones caught fire, Samsung issued a general recall. It asked customers to hand in their defective phones for new, safe ones. Now, evidence is mounting that these replacement devices are similarly unsafe....
"We're no longer exchanging new Note 7s at this time, pending further investigation of these reported incidents"
Following reports that replacement models of the Note 7 also suffered from the battery flaws that led to the initial recall, Samsung reportedly has stopped production of its latest phone.
A&T will stop giving consumers replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones because of reports that some of the replacement phones are catching fire, just as the original phones did before they were recalled last month. “We're no ...