Though it is still managing the fallout from its Galaxy Note 7 recall, Samsung has confirmed that it will be maintaining the Note brand, with a Galaxy Note 8 likely arriving in late 2017. Koh Dong-jin, Samsung’s mobile chief, stated that the Note brand attracted Samsung’s most loyal customers, and thus represents a ... Read More »
After wrapping up a lengthy investigation into the cause of the Galaxy Note 7 fires, Samsung Electronics has indicated that it will not be launching the Samsung Galaxy S8 at Mobile World Congress. Traditionally, Barcelona’s tech conference has served as the launchpad for Galaxy ... Read More »
Samsung Electronics today confirmed the cause of its Galaxy Note 7 fires, stating that the crisis stemmed from two separate battery issues. The first round was caused by a flaw in the battery design, which could cause electrodes to bend and eventually allow the positive and negative tabs to come into contact, short ... Read More »
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In a new report, The Wall Street Journal says that Samsung’s official investigation into the Galaxy Note 7 fires has discovered that irregularly-sized batteries and a manufacturing issue are responsible. Samsung has declined to comment on the report and is holding an event on Sunday night ... Read More »
Samsung Electronics has announced that it will be holding a special event this Sunday, January 22, at which it will announce the results of its investigation into the Galaxy Note 7 fires.
After Note 7 devices began exploding, Samsung filed reports on each incident and took the proper measures in stopping sales and ... Read More »
Android 7.0 Nougat is already making its way to the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, but for anyone who has another one of Samsung’s handsets and has been wondering if they’ll get the latest version of Android, the company has a new list to keep you updated.
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The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to be showcased sometime in April, so the rumor mill is likely going to be cranked up with new leaks and rumors surrounding Samsung’s upcoming flagship in the months before that debut.
We can’t say Verizon hasn’t tried. The carrier has recalled the Galaxy Note 7, offered incentives for people to switch to a different device, and even updated the device so it wouldn’t be able to ... Read More »
The rumor mill has a tendency to go back and forth more often than not, and it looks like Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone isn’t immune from that.
After a period of testing, Samsung has begun updating its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge devices to Android 7.0 Nougat. The company is first rolling out the update to those who participated in the beta testing of the software. Users who did not participate will receive the update shortly ... Read More »