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Samsung: 60 percent of old Galaxy Note 7s exchanged so far

Technology / Mobile : Android Central

90 percent of customers choosing to stick with the device, as opposed to getting a refund or a different Samsung phone. Samsung's Korean HQ has given an update on the progress of its global Galaxy Note 7 recall problem, as we approa...

Apparently Samsung Decided To Self-Test The Galaxy Note 7 Batteries

Oculus Disables Gear VR For Samsung's Note7

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmodo Australia

The Samsung Galaxy Note7 is dead. Samsung won’t build or sell any more after ongoing battery fire issues, and it wants customers to return every single one for a refund or an exchange to a different phone. Even if you keep your phon...

Note 7 flameout means millions of new iPhone owners

Technology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

Samsung may have acknowledged that its disastrous Galaxy Note 7 debacle is likely to cost it $5.3 billion, but the real cost — the negative impact on customer loyalty — may turn out to be the real killer. That’s according to KGI ana...

T-Mobile offers all Samsung Galaxy Note 7 customers a full refund over faulty batteries

Technology : Venture Beat

Samsung revealed earlier today that it was recalling more than two million Galaxy Note 7 devices — due to concerns over faulty batteries — and offering buyers a replacement device instead. Now, U.S. telecom giant T-Mobile is going a...

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