Johannesburg - Pyromaniacs won’t get a rush from sending back their Note 7s after Samsung has issued a fireproof box to return the controversial device in.
The Note 7 has been marred by reports of exploding batteries. The devices, which are prone to bursting into flames, are currently still in possession by thousands across the US and Asia.
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Reports have since emerged that the company has issued fireproof return kits for customers.
The kits are believed to include three boxes and a static shield bag. The outside of the box is lined with a special paper capable of handling extreme heat.
The device is also only allowed to be returned via land or sea and not by aircraft.
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Android YouTube channel, XDA-Developers, uploaded a clip detailing how the device is returned.
Shortly after Samsung did a global recall of the device, the company announced that they would kill production of the Note 7 on Wednesday.
Samsung South Africa earlier told Fin24: "For the benefit of consumers' safety, we stopped sales and exchanges of the Galaxy Note7 and have consequently decided to stop production."
Bloomberg reported that Samsung shares fell 8% on Tuesday, wiping out about $17bn of market value.
The company originally introduced the Note 7 in August and then recalled the initial shipment of 2.5 million phones after a spate of battery fires.
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