Samsung has suspended sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone amid reports that the South Korean company could permanently stop producing the phone.
The move follows continuing reports that battery problems are causing a few to catch fire, including replacements. South Korean safety authorities say they are investigating a possible new fault.
Samsung, the world’s biggest mobile phone maker says Note 7 users should switch them off and get a refund or a different phone. Shares in the company fell almost five percent.
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