Some people are tempted to hold onto the Note 7 — here's why that's a really, really, really bad idea.
As Samsung officially cancels the Galaxy Note 7 and works with the U.S. authorities on a recall of all devices, both old and new, there's been a growing chorus of Note 7 owners saying they're keeping hold of their phones. In a way, it's understandable. When it's not catching fire, exploding or spewing "angry grey-green smoke," the Note 7 is one of the best Android phones out there.
Sasmung has officially cancelled the Galaxy Note 7 following its exploding battery scandal, but there are still plenty of people out there who need to exchange their phones. If you're planning to fly soon, that need got stronger a f...
Samsung recalled its Galaxy Note 7 earlier this year amid a rash of reports that the devices were catching fire and exploding.
Samsung's official cancellation of the Galaxy Note 7 promises to bring it weeks of bad press, millions of returns to process, and a huge financial cost to recall and dispose of the incendiary phablets. It also hands Apple a golden o...
Samsung has recalled more than 2.5 million of the phones after faulty batteries reportedly caused the device to catch fire.