Samsung are in hot water again after the Chinese state-run television accused them of selling handsets with faulty memory chips. The company apologised, offering free repairs and extended warranty.
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If you're an American and have always wanted a Samsung Galaxy Note and its whopping 5.3 inch display, then you're in luck. AT&T has just announced the pricing of both the handset and contracts.
Samsung has announced it will be running an TV ad during Sunday's Super Bowl to introduce a new product, most likely for its massive smartphone the Galaxy Note.