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Samsung will reveal that the Note 7 went through two separate battery problems on its way to the dustbin. According to the Wall Street Journal, which reportedly obtained the report Samsung will reveal and elaborate on at a press conference...Show More Summary
Samsung is about to reveal the answer to the burning question: why did batteries inside the Note 7 catch fire?
It's a new year and you know what that means: New phones! Though not expected for another few months, rumors for Samsung's next flagship phone, the Galaxy S8, have started to leak out, little by little, day by day — to the point where...Show More Summary
With 96% of the discontinued Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones off the street, we may finally know what caused some to catch fire or explode. A new report from the Wall Street Journal points to irregularly shaped batteries that led to...Show More Summary
A Samsung probe into the exploding batteries that forced the electronics giant to scrap its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones has found irregularly sized batteries caused overheating, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
Samsung is set to reveal more about the problems that prompted Galaxy Note 7's recall.
Samsung announced Friday that it's finally going to reveal what caused its Galaxy Note 7 phones to catch fire and explode. The company stopped making its flagship phone in October, after two messy rounds of recalls that asked customers to turn in their smartphones — and then the “safe” phones issued to replace them. Samsung […]
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Samsung will finally tell us why the Galaxy Note 7 exploded at a press conference on Sunday night (Monday morning, South Korea time). According to The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg, the company’s months-long investigation will lay blame on the size of the batteries used in the phone. Read more...
The tech giant is set to publish a new report blaming the dangerous blazes on two separate engineering flaws.
Irregularly sized batteries and manufacturing defects caused the Galaxy Note 7 battery problems, according to leaked information from Samsung's report.
A Samsung investigation into reports of Galaxy Note 7 phones catching fire or overheating has found that some batteries were irregularly sized and that others had manufacturing irregularities, The Wall Street Journal reports. The South Korean firm recalled all 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 phones last year after repeated complaints. The recall is likely to […]
We’re finally going to learn what caused the unprecedented Galaxy Note 7 recall last year. Samsung confirmed that it’ll announce the results of its investigation on Monday, just as rumored a few days ago. A new report also indicatesShow More Summary
Samsung is holding a press conference in three days to explain the defect in the Galaxy Note 7 that forced the product’s recall, but already it is being reported that wrongly-sized batteries were the primary cause of some units combusting. Read More
An investigation into the cause of faulty batteries that led Samsung Electronics to pull all of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones last year found that some batteries were irregularly sized, causing overheating, while others had manufacturing problems.
The device is believed to have just passed through the FCC and Evan Blass is backing it for a US launch.
Samsung Electronics said Friday it will announce on Jan. 23 the reason why its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones overheated and caught fire.
Samsung has announced it will be holding a press conference on Sunday, January 23rd at 8PM EST to reveal the findings of the Galaxy Note 7 investigation.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Samsung Electronics says it will announce the reason why its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones overheated and caught fire on Jan. 23. Initially, Samsung said it found a small error in the manufacturing process for some of the batteries in the phones was to blame.