As far as I'm concerned, Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 is dead. After more than half a dozen people in the past week alone claimed that their "safe" replacement Note 7 handsets burst into flames, the phone is no longer an option. Whether Samsung claims the phones are safe after conducting its investigations, recalls the phones again and issues new replacements, or cancels the phone all together, it makes no difference to me.
Samsung has officially discontinued the Galaxy Note 7, its most innovative and feature-packed smartphone ever. The company stopped production and issued a global recall following dozens of reports that "safe" replacement handsets we...
For Samsung, their Galaxy Note 7 issues are far from over. New reports are swinging in that the company is failing to properly compensate Galaxy Note 7 users who have reported that their phone caused damages to their houses.
Paying for damage to household items caused by exploding Galaxy Note 7 phones doesn't seem to be high on Samsung's priorities.
Things looked bad for Samsung when a customer’s replacement Galaxy Note 7 — a “safe” device — suddenly burst into flames on an airplane. Now a half dozen more have caught fire. Over […]