Samsung temporarily halts production of the Galaxy Note 7
Earlier today, both AT&T and T-Mobile announced that they were no longer allowing subscribers to exchange their recalled Galaxy Note 7 handsets for the replacement models. In addition, neither carrier will sell you the phablet. A South Korean government official repeated previous warnings that the phone should not be used or charged inside airplanes.
Will this temporary production halt be the end of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the entire Galaxy Note line? The phablet got off to a great start when originally launched in August. But with one recall under the belt and a second one likely, the Galaxy Note name becomes a punchline for late night comedians and one that the public might be scared of buying in the future.
via CNBC, Reuters