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This handout photo taken and released by Gwangju Bukbu Police Station on September 13, 2016 shows a blown-up Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphone in Gwangju, 270 kms south of Seoul.
According to the police, the owner claims he received burn injuries on a finger while attempting to extinguish his burning phone after he was jolted from his bed by the sound of an explosion early September 13. Samsung shares plunged September 12 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.
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This handout photo taken and released by Gwangju Bukbu Police Station on September 13, 2016 shows a blown-up Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphone in Gwangju, 270 kms south of Seoul.
According to the police, the owner claims he received burn injuries on a finger while attempting to extinguish his burning phone after he was jolted from his bed by the sound of an explosion early September 13. Samsung shares plunged September 12 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.
 / AFP PHOTO / Gwangju Bukbu Police Station / STR / ---- EDITORS NOTE ---- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE   MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / GWANGJU BUKBU POLICE STATION"   NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS  -  DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTSSTR/AFP/Getty Images

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Samsung responde sobre el motivo de las explosiones del Galaxy Note7

La empresa coreana finaliza una investigación para saber las causas de las explosiones en uno de sus celulares. Según el informe el sobrecalentamiento del Note7 se debió a problemas en el diseño y manufactura de la batería del celular, tanto en componentes de Samsung como de terceros.

Samsung responde sobre el motivo de las explosiones del Galaxy Note7

La empresa coreana finaliza una investigación para saber las causas de las explosiones en uno de sus celulares. Según el informe el sobrecalentamiento del Note7 se debió a problemas en el diseño y manufactura de la batería del celular, tanto en componentes de Samsung como de terceros.