Monday, September 12, 2016

Samsung shares plunge over smartphone explosion debacle  da  de  fr  nl  hu

Samsung shares plunged Monday after the South Korean electronics giant urged global consumers to stop using its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone due to a spate of exploding batteries that raised alarm around the world. Stepping up its warnings, the world’s largest smartphone maker on Sunday told Note 7 users worldwide to immediately turn the device off.

ngrguardiannews 11:14:00 AM CEST

This cluster belong to the following story: Samsung halts sales of Galaxy Note 7 phablet amid phone fire and exploding battery reports

Keywords: South korea / Samsung, Galaxy Note / batteries, smartphone, devices, safety, phone, company, 7s

Start date: Friday, September 2, 2016

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