Back in March, Samsung officially announced that it would be putting refurbished units of the Galaxy Note 7 back on the market. Samsung didn’t have any announcements regarding where the refurbished models would be available at that time, but it did confirm the devices wouldn’t be sold in the ... Read More »
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Last week, Samsung confirmed that it will offer refurbished Galaxy Note 7 in some parts of the globe. The company has yet to confirm exactly where and when that’ll happen, but while we wait for that info to come out, images of the device appear to have ... Read More »
According to Reuters, Samsung does not plan to sell or rent any refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units in the United States. Samsung “will not ... Read More »
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Samsung has announced that it will be recycling recalled Galaxy Note 7 devices, including selling or renting select refurbished models. The possibility of selling refurbished Note 7 devices has been bandied around, but the company has now confirmed it as part of a three-pronged plan to deal with the large amount of Note ... Read More »
T-Mobile is offering a great deal on the Samsung Gear VR. You can pick one up from the carrier for $49.97, half-off the regular price of $99.99.
According to that information, Samsung was looking to reduce profit damage as well as mitigate the cost of dumping hundreds of thousands of ... Read More »
Back in November of last year, a report surfaced that suggested that despite having an issue with exploding batteries, Samsung may begin selling refurbished Galaxy Note 7 devices in some countries around the world.
The expectation at the time was that Samsung would replace the batteries with functional ones, removing the ... Read More »
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 »
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 »
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 »