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Samsung officially stops Galaxy Note 7 sales globally, urges owners to power down phones

It seems this is finally the end of the line for the Galaxy Note 7. Following reports that Samsung was simply "adjusting" its Galaxy Note 7 production to check on recently reported problems with new phones, the company has issued a statement that it is ceasing sales of the phone worldwide. In the same statement, the Korean electronics giant is urging all Galaxy Note 7 owners to power down and stop using their phones.
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