Samsung has announced that it has recovered over 60 percent of its recalled Galaxy Note 7s in its home country South Korea, and the U.S. The news comes via Reuters, which says that Samsung released a statement, which reiterates that the company is focused on replacing the affected devices as quickly as possible.
Samsung had issued a global recall of the Note 7 on September 2nd, after its investigations confirmed that faulty batteries in the devices were causing the phablet to overheat and in some cases causing the device to catch fire. The affected number of units is reportedly at least 2.5 million, in around 10 markets.
Samsung has not resumed sale of the Note 7 in most Countries, including India, where the device is yet to debut.