Samsung and the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) are formally recalling the replacement Galaxy Note 7 phone.
According to the CPSC, all Galaxy Note 7 phones are being recalled, even the ones sold after September 15, which Samsung initially said would be safe to use.
The CPSC says Samsung received 23 complaints of overheating Note 7 phones after the initial September 15 recall.
Today the US Consumer Product Safety Commission officially announced the second recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which has prompted T-Mobile to offer its GN7 customers a $25 bill credit as incentive to return the recalled device...
The Consumer Product Safety Commission issues an official recall notice, and Samsung throws in a $100 credit to encourage people to turn in their phones.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission weighs in with an official recall notice, two days after Samsung stopped production on the phone.
Now that the Note 7 is officially dead, Samsung and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) have expanded the official recall effort to include all replacement devices as well. Read more...