Samsung reveals 60% of 'unsafe' Galaxy Notes exchanged
A global recall of Galaxy Note 7 phones has seen 60% of owners following Samsung's advice and exchanging them.
Reports emerged in late summer in the US and South Korea of the phone exploding during or after charging.
On 2 September, Samsung issued a global recall, saying it had been difficult to work out which phones were affected among the 2.5 million Note 7s sold.
Samsung said 90% of those swapping had chosen to replace their device with an updated version of the same model.
Proportion of recalled Note 7 phones exchanged Europe: 57% US: 60% South Korea: 60% Singapore: 80% Samsung said it... read more
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