Tech giant Samsung Electronics plans to sell refurbished versions of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, the company said late on Monday, signaling the ...
The ban comes after reports of exploding batteries and fires, which have led to numerous injuries
Saudi Arabia has witnessed more than one incident of explosions of Galaxy Note 7
Worries about the safety of Samsung’s replacement Galaxy Note 7 smartphones have consumers fretting about what to do
The move follows decisions by US phone retailers AT&T and T-Mobile to stop giving new Note 7 smartphones to consumers to replace older models
Heated meetings, sacrificed holidays and teams monitoring social media round-the-clock to track whether there have been any new smartphone fires
Samsung followed up last week by announcing that US consumers who had purchased one of the recalled phones could choose between a replacement or a refund
Recall could cost the technology giant nearly $5 bln in revenue, say analysts
Customer can hand in devices at Samsung service centers
Plans to replace phones with faulty batteries sold to consumers, retailer inventories and units in transit
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