Galaxy Note 7 production: what should owners do now after reports of phones catching fire
Samsung users were told today to switch off all their Galaxy Note7 because some of them have set on fire.
The so-called ‘safe’ fancy smartphones replacements have been reported to set alight.
All sales of the phone have now been stopped across the world.
What’s wrong with the Samsung Galaxy Note7? Samsung was in hot water last month when 2.5 million phones were recalled.
The Android phone was eagerly anticipated by tech-savvy fans but problems soon emerged.
The lithium batteries that the phone relies on was said to set alight.
Now the South Korean company uses Chinese batteries who also... read more
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