Just over three weeks after announcing a global Galaxy Note 7 recall , Samsung says six out of ten owners in US and South Korea have returned their potentially exploding phablets. The numbers are even higher in Singapore, where 80 per cent of ... The Register, 9 hours ago
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No lines in Seoul for Samsung recall Samsung is facing a new challenge to its reputation after reports of Galaxy Note 7 fires in China, a market that was not included in its sweeping recall of the flawed smartphone. The reports claim that at ...CNN Money, 1 week ago Apple iPhone 7 or Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Whose #7 is going to rule the smartphone market Yahoo! Singapore, 1 week ago iPhone 7 Plus vs Galaxy Note 7 specs comparison V3.co.uk, 1 week ago Samsung's latest Galaxy Note 7 headache is in China 1070wapi.com, 1 week ago
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A South Korean customer (R) listens to information on the new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone given to her by an employee of the Samsung Electronics agency, as she visits a store to exchange a Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, in Seoul, South Korea, 19 September ...USA Today, 5 days ago Samsung hounds Note 7 owners to return their devices MSN News US, 5 days ago
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Samsung is set to launch two new flip phones, the Galaxy Folder 2 and the Veyron. Prior the debut of these handsets, however, details aboutwhat they would look like and what they are capable ofhave been leaking left and right. To show how different ...International Business Times, 3 weeks ago Samsung Launches Its Galaxy Folder 2 Flip-Phone In China It Voice, 2 weeks ago Samsung's new Galaxy Folder 2 is a Marshmallow-running flip phone Tech Shout, 2 weeks ago Samsung's Android flip phone Galaxy Folder 2 is now official India Today, 2 weeks ago
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19th September 2016 After reports that some Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices have been catching fire, Samsung has decided to halt sales and recall any device that has been bought so far . Additionally, the US government has initiated an official ...Technoserv.co.za, 1 week ago Samsung planning software update for overheating Note 7s Link242, 1 week ago Dangerous Smartphones: What Note 7 Owners Should Do ABC News, 2 weeks ago Dangerous smartphones: What Galaxy Note 7 owners should do Financial Express, 2 weeks ago
Samsung recalled the Galaxy Note 7 almost two weeks ago, yet some people didn't get the memo. Since the recall, multiple Galaxy Note 7 explosions were recorded, as some of these devices have faulty batteries that will erupt when you least expect it.New York Post, 1 week ago Don't hesitate to swap out your Note 7: Another one just exploded causing $1,400 in damage TechGig, 3 weeks ago Here's how to return your Galaxy Note 7 before it explodes Business Insider Australia, 3 weeks ago Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 is now available Before It's News, 1 month ago
Samsung is in a fix at the moment what with the 'explosive' Galaxy Note 7 giving a major headache to the Korean giant. But even in the face of this, the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge has been performing consistently in the market. Now, according to ...Gizmodo India, 1 week ago
Bahrain,2016-Aug-19 — /EPR Network/ —Samsung Galaxy A9 pro and Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is on for sale. The smart big phone ever from the South Korean manufacturer is the best thing happened in the gadgets world. Both the phones with amply ...Express Press Release, 1 month ago Galaxy Note 7 with Exynos chip apparently facing a few issues Techradar India, 4 weeks ago Galaxy Note 7 with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage launching in China next week Techradar India, 1 month ago Promo images of Samsung's upcoming flip-phone leak out Techradar India, 4 weeks ago
Exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7 units are now being reported worldwide. After the incident in Australia, where a man was presented with a $1,400 bill because his handset exploded and caused damage to his hotel room , the most recent explosion cases ...NDTV, 2 weeks ago Man burns his fingers, shells out Rs. 1 lakh as penalty after new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explodes International Business Times India, 2 weeks ago
Owners of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 have been ordered by Australian carriers Qantas and Jetstar against opening or charging their units while aboard the plane. The directive was issued following two cases of the flagship exploding in Australia. One ...International Business Times Australia, 2 weeks ago Qantas won't let passengers charge their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones Business Insider Australia, 2 weeks ago Airline bans passengers from charging Samsung Galaxy Note 7s, recall and replacement process could prove tricky Financial Gazette, 2 weeks ago
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