Samsung Suspends Worldwide Sales of Exploding Galaxy Note 7 Smartphones

Samsung has said that it is suspending all sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone following a swathe of reports of handsets catching fire.


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Samsung Suspends Worldwide Sales of Exploding Galaxy Note 7 Smartphones
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