Samsung reportedly suspended Galaxy Note 7 production

After more reports of replacement Galaxy Note 7 phones catching fire, Yonhap News reports that Samsung has temporarily halted production. The Korean paper cited an anonymous source working at one of Samsung's suppliers, and the company has not yet commented. Already, AT&T and T-Mobile have said they will stop Galaxy Note 7 sales and replacements while investigations into the incidents continue.

Concern about the replacement models began with a model burning through the carpet on a Southwest flight and has not slowed since. Over the weekend, the additional reports came to light and may have left Samsung with no other option. It has been over a month since the Galaxy Note 7 recall began due to issues with its battery cell, and if the reports are confirmed we may be in line for a second recall. We have contacted Samsung, as well as the CPSC, and will update this post if there is a response.

  A Samsung Galaxy Note 7 replacement unit that caught fire in Virginia. [Shawn Minter via The Verge]

source: Yonhap News

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