A mixed picture as Samsung looks to restart sales in some parts of the world. As we approach a full month since the Galaxy Note 7's battery issues first came to light, there are signs of the recall program approaching its conclusion in some countries. Show More Summary
The wait is now officially over as Samsung and South Korea’s SK Telecom have finally unveiled the "full-metal" Galaxy A8 (2016).
A new firmware update is currently available for Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge units, as well as for the 2016 flagship devices, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. The September security update has been spotted rolling out for T-Mobile variants of Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Show More Summary
There are two approaches to root the Galaxy Note 7. The bootloader can undoubtedly open Galaxy Note 7 by either blazing the CF Auto Root piece by means of Odin or by glimmering the SuperSU zip. Tell us about this more in points of interest. Show More Summary
It’s fair to say Samsung isn’t having a good month. September began with the Korean company recalling every single Galaxy Note 7 handset ever manufactured due to some batteries exploding. And September is ending with reports of Samsung washing machines also exploding. Show More Summary
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7, which has become known as the Nuke 7 is some circles, has had a bad month. Despite garnering excellent reviews, a very small percentage of Note 7 devices exploded. This caused Samsung to announce a recall. Samsung has replaced defective Note 7 devices with new ones. Show More Summary
Samsung has another problem with overheating batteries catching fire in its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone: Some of the replacement units are doing the same.
Samsung's having a really terrible month. Several of its products — new and old — are literally exploding left and right. Looking forward is the only thing the South Korean electronics giant can do as it recalls and exchanges Note7 phones...Show More Summary
Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 has been released. And rereleased. The Moto Z and Moto Z Force have been released. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have been released. Are there any upcoming new phones left to get excited about in the second half...Show More Summary
Samsung, still recovering from the messy recall of its premium Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, has disclosed that products from another major category are also prone to exploding — its washing machines. Consumers reported at least six models of its top-loading washing machines — some of which have operated without problems for years — have been known to explode, spin violently […]
Before the Galaxy Note 7 was launched, Samsung hyped up the Galaxy Game Pack that would be provided to buyers. Basically, the Game Pack is a number of special in-game rewards for select titles on Google Play, exclusive to owners of the Galaxy Note 7. Show More Summary
I don’t have any hard data on this, folks, but I have a hunch that the iPhone 7 does not combust in the same way that the recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 does. It’s trendy in news to apply one attention-grabbing narrative to an unrelated...Show More Summary
Samsung's nightmare regarding the Galaxy Note 7 seems to be coming to a close as the company is gearing up for the re-release in its home country and has distributed over 1 million replacement devices.
The new and non-explosive version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is finally available at most places. However, the problems haven't completely gone away. Many users of the new Note 7 have reported that the phone gets very hot while doing things like making phone calls.
The new Galaxy Note 7 devices were issued as part of the company's global recall of an estimated 2.5 million phones.
The industry has sort of agreed that phones with 5.5-inch screens are mainstream. The best phone you can buy at that size is the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. Best overall Samsung Galaxy S7 edge See at AT&T See at Sprint See at T-Mobile See at Verizon See at Amazon There's no question that Samsung hit a home run with its Galaxy S7 line. Show More Summary
Should I buy an iPhone 7 or a Note 7? Samsung stumbled out of the gate with the Galaxy Note 7 in a way that may permanently damage the Note brand, but that doesn't change our thoughts on the phone itself. The Note 7 represents unprecedented polish from Samsung, and a well-tuned feature set that can't be easily replicated. Show More Summary
I often encourage Apple to steal certain features from Samsung’s smartphones, like its super-sharp Quad HD displays and wireless charging. One thing I didn’t want it to rip off is the Galaxy Note 7’s tendency to explode. According to one unlucky Reddit user, whose brand new iPhone 7 is now a charred piece of aluminum […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Samsung has issued a statement announcing that 1 million customers around the world are now using safe Galaxy Note 7 handsets.
I am a big fan of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 phone. I am also a big T-Mobile fan, but between the two of them, the process they have come up with for exchanging the recalled Note 7 for a new phone makes no sense. It is also a great example of [...]