It looks like Samsung is finally coming to terms with the fact that there’s something wrong its Galaxy Note 7 flagship smartphone. Following numerous reports of the handset bursting into flames, a recall of 2.5 million devices worldwide and three instances of replacement models catching fire, the company has reportedly halted production, reports South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency.
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.
Samsung Electronics has temporarily halted production of its troubled Galaxy Note 7 as the company struggles to manage a massive recall of 2.5 million smartphones.
Amid reports of phones catching on fire, Samsung is temporarily stopping production of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, a source tells the Wall Street Journal. The tech giant initiated a recall and sent out replacement phones after the...
Samsung has temporarily halted production of the top-selling Galaxy Note 7 after multiple replacement devices caught fire. These incidents came after Samsung was forced to recall 2.