When we learned of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall, we knew Sammy would take a huge hit. A new report suggests it is going to be a whopper as the company could end up shelling out close to a Billion to recall and replace all the bad Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones.
In case you’re not living on this planet or you were banned from the Internet last week until today, be advised that Samsung is recalling the already shipped Galaxy Note 7 units, which are prone to malfunctioning according to the press release, but the word they’re looking for is catching fire while using the fast-charging technology (most probably, though Samsung were using legalese extensively in their recall manifest).
Rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 were greatly exaggerated, to paraphrase Mark Twain, but today we have some fresh leaked pictures depicting the beautiful beast.
Smartphones are expensive, and the nicer they are, they more you need to shell out to scoop one up. Doing the whole “lease” thing isn’t for everyone either, which is why today’s news is good news if you reside in the states. The Samsung refurbished smartphone program has gone live, and they have several discounted handsets ready to roll.
That didn’t take long. Just yesterday, we told you about a potential Galaxy Note 7 recall, and the company has made things official today. Needless to say, you will want to keep reading if you just purchased the new Note.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is going to sell very well, but the flagship isn’t without its faults. There have been reports of battery issues, and a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall may be in the works as some of the company’s handsets have started disappearing from store shelves in a few regions. Whenever you […]
After a long stint in the rumor mill, it appears as if the Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 may finally be nearing its release. The handset has reared its head again today, but this time around we have a slew of live leak photos to dig through.
As soon as the latest and (not so, according to Apple fanboys) greatest Galaxy Note7 hit the world, the rumor mill started chit-chatting about the future (as in next-year’s) flagship and I am talking about the Samsung Galaxy S8, like duh! You know what rumor-mills do, they talk a lot, didn’t they?
Even if today is Sunday, the traditional day of rest, Samsung essentially confirmed its 2017 versions of the Galaxy A3, A5 and A7. Actually, earlier today the Samsung Galaxy A5 was spotted “in the wild” sort to speak. The device codenamed SM-A520F is the 2017 variant of the current Galaxy A5 but with “moar” of everything, including RAM amount and a faster Exynos (Samsung’s in-house made SoC) system on chip.
Samsung’s Galaxy S7 has been out for a while now although the rumor mill hasn’t quite gotten to the point of touting the Samsung Galaxy S8. While the new Note is still fresh, the company has unveiled the Pink Gold Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in the U.S.