Samsung has said that it is “fully aware” of the Galaxy Note7 recall that began on September 7.
The company has said it has received over 3.5 million notifications, and that it has identified 2,400 people who are affected by the recall.
But the company has not provided any information about when or how the recall will end.
Samsung said it will provide updates to the public once it has collected all the data it needs to know.
The Galaxy Note6, which is being recalled, has a battery that lasts for only 20 minutes before the battery dies.
The Note7 is recalled for its battery.
The battery is supposed to last up to five hours before it will need replacing.
Samsung’s Note7 was manufactured by a Chinese company called Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology Corporation (SMCT), which was incorporated in 2016.
In 2017, SMCT sold off its manufacturing operations, and it filed for bankruptcy protection in 2019.
The firm has since reorganized and is now part of the Shenzhen Semiconductors Group, which also owns the Samsung Smart Switching and Mobile Communications businesses.
In October, Samsung filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
That filing did not specify how the company was going to pay for the recalls.
The latest recall is the second in less than a week.
On September 12, Samsung recalled about 100,000 of its Galaxy Note8 smartphones, after reports surfaced that some of the phones were contaminated with mold and bacteria.
In November, Samsung said that the company would offer refunds to customers who paid more than $600 for the phones.