Samsung continues to bungle its response to exploding Galaxy Note 7 phones, weeks after it issued a recall.
Amidst reports that replacement devices purchased after the recall are overheating and causing property damage, injuries, and at least one plane evacuation, the company refuses to definitively pull the products from store shelves, issue another recall, or cancel the product entirely.
Samsung will mark safe Galaxy Note 7 phones with an "S" on the box — signalling that the replacement devices are free from the battery issue that caused some models of the phone to burst into flames or explode. The Verge reports tha...
Samsung recalled its Galaxy Note 7 earlier this year amid a rash of reports that the devices were catching fire and exploding.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones were recalled after dozens of reports of injury and property damage over exploding batteries. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Samsung recalled all of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones Friday after discovering batteries had exploded or caught fire in some of the devices, according to CBS News. The company directed retailers to pull Samsung Note 7s from shelves ...