Samsung Could Start Second Note 7 Recall After “Safe” Model Exploded on Plane – Updated
UPDATE 2, October 8: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint have started allowing Note 7 owners to replace their phablets with another smartphone they have in their stores. This means that a Note 7 buyer can give up on his device in exchange for absolutely any phone, which could be an indication that carriers are also aware of possible problems with “safe” units too. It’s not clear if this decision has been made after talks with Samsung or not.
UPDATE, October 8: It appears that AT&T is currently considering suspending sales of the Note 7 amid more explosions reported on safe units. The company is believed to be internally discussing this matter, with a decision to be announced soon.
UPDATE, October 7: Another report adds more fuel to rumors of a possible second recall for the Note 7, as <a href="http://news.so… (read more)
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