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Samsung says Galaxy Note 7 phones should be turned off by Whatelse(m) : 10:01 am

Samsung has halted sales of its Galaxy
Note 7 smartphones and told owners to
switch them off while it investigates
more reports of the flagship phones
bursting into flames.
The world's top smartphone maker said
on Tuesday it had asked all global
carriers to stop sales of Note 7s and stop
exchanging original devices for
replacements, while it worked with
regulators to look into the problem.
"Consumers with either an original
Galaxy Note 7 or replacement Galaxy
Note 7 device should power down and
stop using the device," the South Korean
firm said in statement.
Samsung's decision to pull Note 7s off
the shelves for the second time in less
than two months has raised doubts about
the firm's quality control, while industry
commentators have questioned
transparency at the tech giant.
"It is extremely difficult organisation to
get an interview and to get information
from. That's the way it operates," Al
Jazeera's Harry Fawcett said, reporting
from Seoul, said.
"Some say if it's taken off the shelf
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