Trading in your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for an iPhone 7? Here's how to make the switch!
Following a recall of the original Galaxy Note 7, reports have now surfaced of several replacement Galaxy Notes 7 catching fire. It's reached the point where our sibling site, Android Central, can no longer recommend anyone buy the Galaxy Note 7, or keep a Galaxy Note 7 they've already bought.
After yet another string of Note 7 fire incidents, Samsung has reportedly pulled the plug on Galaxy Note 7 production.
The change follows multiple reports of fires in replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7s.
Samsung has halted production of its beleaguered Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after several replacement handsets reportedly caught fire and ended up with at least one person in hospital. On Monday, an official at a supplier for Samsung ...
The company recalled 2.5 million of the devices worldwide, but now even the replacement phones are catching fire. Video provided by Newsy