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Samsung Suspends Production Of Galaxy Note 7 Phones After Battery Flaws

Considering the latest mishaps that have befallen the Note 7 Series, Samsung Mobile according to several reports, including sources from the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberghas suspended production of the Galaxy Note 7, the most advanced and expensive product of its kind.
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Although  Samsung hasn’t officially confirmed plans to stop production of the Note 7 but said earlier Sunday that it was “working diligently with authorities and third-party experts” to investigate the problem with the replacement Notes and that “if we determine a product safety issue exists, Samsung will take immediate steps approved by the [Consumer Product Safety Commission] to resolve the situation.”
Meanwhile, thanks to this latest development, a lot of Samsung fans have started pining for Google’s Pixel XL.

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7 comments on “Samsung Suspends Production Of Galaxy Note 7 Phones After Battery Flaws

  1. ỌBÁDÁRÀ says:

    … WELL, THE LARGEST SAMSUNG PLANT IS LOCATED IN VIETNAM AND SAMSUNG HAS HALTED THE NOTE 7 PRODUCTION THERE. DESPITE ALL THESE ILL LUCK OF THE NOTE 7,I STILL BELIEVE IN SAMSUNG AND I WILL LIKE TO OWN A NOTE 7…

  2. Alli Abiola says:

    This is a sad one. The battery flaws really spoilt market for Samsung (and its Note7) and made other phones popular. I hope they will be able to make sale in the future #itsallisay

  3. tee says:

    I really feel for samsung oo… A little part of me feels some rival company is behind all these… (iNomentionnameoo)

  4. tee says:

    I feel for samsung sha, the note 7 very nice phone…. A little part of me feels this is a conspiracy against sammy (iNomentionnameo)

  5. kaybang says:

    Eyaahhh

  6. Victor Molokwu says:

    Samsung’s Shares will be taking a heavy beating right now…

  7. This is the best consumer protection measure or else, it could kill the Galaxy brand and make it loose a chunk of market share

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