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The phone maker Samsung has withdrawn all of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones from sale globally after a spate of fires involving “safe” replacements.

The statement issued late on Monday evening , Samsung has realised a statement that consumers with original Note 7 devices or replacements they obtained after the initall recall should turn off the power and return the phone to the manufacturer for a refund or replacement.

South Korean authorities said they had found a new product defect in the Note 7 – Samsung’s most popular smartphone – and also asked consumers to power them down or to exchange them although the full reason for the recall has not been given by the company. has reported previously on the issues with the original reports of fire with the  Note 7   recall and with the official recall of the Samsung Note 7.

Samsung’s shares dropped 7.5% on Tuesday, the biggest daily percentage decline since 2008, wiping more than $18m off its value.

There have been widespread reports of overheating phones last week and deals a further blow to the world’s largest smartphone company. Phone resellers have already said they would stop distributing new Note 7 phones as replacements for the earlier recall because of the issues with the phone.

Analysts say the new problems pose a crisis for the South Korean tech giant, which is locked in fierce competition with Apple and other leading smartphone makers.

Galaxy Note 7-maker faces questions over its response to defects with its devices that could tarnish the company in the long-term for the official samsung advice please visit samsung recall advice

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