The giant electronics company Samsung Electronics announced on Friday that it was withdrawing from the sale of smartphones Galaxy Note 7, as some caught fire or exploded during charging . The company will prepare replacements for customers who have bought a faulty model.
In a statement, Samsung said that the preparation of replacement equipment will take about two weeks.
Information about the withdrawal of the product appeared only two weeks after the release on the market by Samsung its new flagship smartphone.
Some customers complained that when charging their phones caught fire or exploded. Samsung has confirmed 35 such cases, and reported that the reason they were defective batteries.
The company has already sold more than a million smartphones Galaxy Note 7.
Earlier on Friday, information about the planned withdrawal of smartphones reported South Korean news agency Yonhap.