Samsung on Monday announced it stopped Galaxy Note 7 sales worldwide following new explosions reports. A day later, the company told regulators in its home country that the 2016 Note model has been discontinued.
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According to The Wall Street Journal, Samsung said on Tuesday that it would discontinue production and sales of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
That's it, folks: After asking carriers to stop sales amid several reports of replacement Note7 devices bursting into flames, Samsung is now halting production of the phone altogether. The news comes via Associated Press and the Wa...
Samsung has announced the permanent discontinuation of the Galaxy Note 7, with the global recall likely to cost the company $17 billion in lost sales.
For the sake of consumer safety, Samsung has "permanently discontinued" production of the Galaxy Note 7, the company told Engadget in a short statement. The news comes shortly after it halted sales of the phone because replacements ...
The South Korean company said in a regulatory filing that it has made a final decision to stop production, the AP reported.