Answering the growing safety concerns over the Samsung Galaxy Note7, the South Korean electronics company has officially stopped production of the phablet. According to a report by the Yonhap News Agency, an anonymous Samsung official said the halt was done in cooperation with safety regulators from South Korea, the United States, and China. The measure supposedly also includes a Samsung plant in Vietnam that does global shipments. Samsung has recalled 2.5 million units last month after reports of some devices catching fire while being charged. However, recent reports have also surfaced that even replaced units have caught on fire, just like the one we reported earlier tonight.