Samsung reportedly halts Galaxy Note 7 production

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 S-Pen
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Samsung has been facing the tough time for past few weeks due to its flagship Galaxy Note 7. Now, it has to halt the product of Galaxy Note7 smartphone temporarily after replacement units caught fire.

Not so many, but we have seen 4 different cases where Galaxy Note 7 marked as safe caught fire. Now, people have no option other than buying any other phone.

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Samsung’s initial Note 7 had issues and Samsung promised to replace it with safe devices. Now, so-called safe devices are also hurting people. People who have not yet replaced their initial Galaxy Note7 have the option to replace it with some other device. But I feel sorry for those who got the replacement Galaxy Note7. Now, they will have to live in risk.

U.S. carriers AT&T and T-Mobile have also officially announced that they have stopped selling the Note7 and issuing replacement units.

“While Samsung investigates multiple reports of issues, T-Mobile is temporarily suspending all sales of the new Note7 and exchanges for replacement Note7 devices,” said a press release from T-Mobile.

While Samsung aimed too high with this phone, their quality team gave it the biggest blunder of the history. Initially, Samsung blamed it on faulty battery, but Samsung has left no excuse to made now.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is the best Android phone in the market right now, but what is the point of risking your life. So stay away.

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