A mixed picture as Samsung looks to restart sales in some parts of the world.
As we approach a full month since the Galaxy Note 7's battery issues first came to light, there are signs of the recall program approaching its conclusion in some countries. Samsung Australia has issued a statement saying 81% of old Note 7s sold in the country. The news comes just over a week since the official Note 7 recall kicked off in the country.
Samsung has today revealed that more than one million customers around the world are now using a variant of the Galaxy Note 7 — either a replacement or a device initially sold in China — that sports a ‘safe’ battery. This news comes...
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7, which has become known as the Nuke 7 is some circles, has had a bad month. Despite garnering excellent reviews, a very small percentage of Note 7 devices exploded. This caused Samsung to announce a recall. S...
The new devices were issued as part of the company's global recall of an estimated 2.5 million Note 7 phones.
Samsung said Thursday it would resume sales of new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones in South Korea this week, hoping to turn the page on the troubled device after an ongoing global recall prompted by battery explosions.