Samsung has said it will delay restarting the sale of its Galaxy Note 7 cellphone in South Korea, as the firm needs more time for the international recall of the device.
The South Korean tech giant was compelled to recall some 2.5 million devices internationally due to overheating batteries.
Dozens of apparatus were reported to have caught fire.
The phone was to be back on the shelf on 28 September but is anticipated to be available 1 October at the first.
The business also encouraged people to stop using the device.
10 marketplaces are affected by the world-wide recall. Have already returned their apparatus with the same amount of folks still left the recall, according to Samsung.
Reuters reported that the next markets where the phone will be accessible on the market will be Australia and Singapore in October.