Tiny Problem W/ Constant Explosions Forces Samsung Note7 To Halt Production

Just when you think the Note7 shamozzle couldn’t get any worse for Samsung, it did. The company have halted production of the infamous exploding smartphone. 

After a number of the phones began bursting into flames while charging, the company issued a worldwide recall and began offering replacement units. And then the replacements began exploding because the phone is clearly cursed by any number of evil deities. 
South Korea‘s Yonhap News Agency has today reported that Samsung have consequently suspended production of the phone, because explosions are not good. An unnamed source from a partner firm said the move was in cooperation with Chinese and US authorities. 
Around 50,000 Note7’s were released in Australia and according to Samsung, 81% of them have been recalled. According to an internal Telstra memo obtained by The Verge, “Samsung has temporarily paused the supply of new Galaxy Note7 smartphones following a reported incident in a replacement phone in the US.”

“Samsung is confident in the replacement Note7 and says they have no reason to believe it’s not safe. We’ll let you know the status of your replacement Note7 as soon as we have more information,” the memo continued. 
We sincerely hope that Samsung are able to quickly and efficiently exercise the demon that resides deep inside their production factory.
Source: Brisbane Times.
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