Samsung has announced the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S5 have been recalled because of an issue that may cause people with serious mental health problems to experience hallucinations.
In a post on its support site, Samsung said that while the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy Note Edge were both recalled, the Galaxy Galaxy S8 has not.
Samsung has not said when the recall will begin.
It is not yet clear how widespread the issue is, but a number of carriers have reported having experienced similar problems.
While Samsung is offering refunds to affected customers, it is also offering a “cooperation program” to help people resolve issues.
The program is offered to customers who have not been able to contact their carrier or who have received the error messages.
Samsung’s statement said it is working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.
“We have been working closely with our carrier partners to address this issue and are confident that we can offer refunds to all of our customers,” Samsung said in the statement.
“Our partners have been making rapid improvements in addressing this issue, and we are confident they will be able to address it as quickly and as safely as possible.”
The Samsung Galaxy Note5 is still available to buy online.
It was also one of the phones affected by the recall.
Samsung had originally said the Galaxy Nexus would be recalled too, but that was later removed from the recall list.