It's not every day that a 3-year-old phone surprises us with cutting-edge features, but the Galaxy Note 4 just revealed that it packs a punch we thought limited to the 2016 Note 7.
Specifically, that would be a proclivity toward overheating and catching fire.
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Most of you reading already know of last year’s exploding Galaxy Note 7 episode. After Samsung discontinued its 2016 flagship, they revealed that a Galaxy Note Fan Edition would release in select markets. This phone would be a refur...
Samsung recalled all of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones Friday after discovering batteries had exploded or caught fire in some of the devices, according to CBS News. The company directed retailers to pull Samsung Note 7s from shelves ...
Samsung is reportedly working on an update to its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone limiting how users can charge the device following a massive recall due to reports of the phones catching fire or exploding.
While it waits to promote the Note 8 -- the successor to the explosively hot Note 7 -- Samsung's performing a recall on the Note 4 batteries.