Samsung company made it cleared on Friday it would suspend sales of its latest flagship
smartphone Galaxy Note 7 as reported of exploding batteries
threatened to damage the reputation of the South Korean electronics
Samsung the most popular electronics producers and phone maker of smartphones and ordinary mobile
phones will also offer new devices for those who have already
bought the large-screen smartphone, its mobile chief said.
"We have received several reports of battery explosion on the Note
7 that was officially launched on August 19...and it has been
confirmed that it was a battery cell problem," Koh Dong-Jin told
Samsung has so far sold one million units of the Note 7 in
countries including South Korea and the US. So far 24 of them
have been confirmed to have faulty batteries, Koh said, adding he
was "deeply sorry" over the incident.
Since late last month, several users have posted photos and videos
on social media showing the charred Note 7 with part of its 5.7-
inch touchscreen burnt and melted, saying it suddenly caught fire.
Growing safety concerns over the Note 7 have forced Samsung to
suspend its shipments at home and delay its planned release this
month in several European countries including France.
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