Just yesterday, we brought some new reports regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 issues that have been raging for many weeks, but just as stated in the article, the issue isn’t only coming from the first batch of the Smartphones, it’s also coming from the replacement devices that the company is now sending out.
The company issued its latest warnings on Monday, and that move came one day after it stopped the production of the Smartphone. According to reports reaching us, the consumer electronics maker has also instructed all carriers and retailers to stop selling the devices until it finds the cause of the fires while users with the Galaxy Note 7 should power down their devices for safety reasons.
This will come as one of the biggest hit the company has suffered in its years of operation. From all indications, it likely got news of the exploding batteries in the first batch, but out of a desire to satisfy consumers, it continued mass production while ensuring that all users got a replacement device. But it seems the continued production of the devices was an ill-timed move, and it’s now biting real hard.