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After months of speculation, Samsung has finally revealed the cause of its exploding Galaxy Note7. The handset manufacturer also unveiled a website and video dedicated to the incident.
Recognising safety concerns surrounding lithium-ion battery fires, scientists have developed a battery with a 'built-in' fire extinguisher at its core, enabling fires to be put out in just 0.4 seconds
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Samsung is reportedly issuing fireproof recall kits to owners of the Galaxy Note7. The box is meant to house ineffective devices as Samsung halts the production of the Note7.
A new report by a Korean news agency is now claiming that the tech giant has temporarily suspended all production of its latest phablet following multiple reports of defective replacement devices.
A Florida man is suing Samsung after his Galaxy Note7 allegedly exploded in his pants and giving him second degree burns on his thigh and his thumb. The amount of the lawsuit is currently unknown.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission today announced a recall of one million Samsung Galaxy Note7 devices, due to their likeliness to catch fire and cause injury or property damage.
Last week, Honor and Samsung both released new smartphones, and each device had a similar new method for trying to improve battery life, but not cripple the overall experience.
Samsung's new stylus-toting flagship is now available to buy in ten markets around the world. The Galaxy Note7 offers a ton of high-end specs, but an even more premium version is expected next week.
Samsung's new flagship device, the Galaxy Note7, launched sporting Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. But Samsung has a plan to bring the newer Android 7.0 Nougat to its devices in the near future.
Samsung's highly anticipated Galaxy Note7 is either releasing or soon-to-be released in many parts of the world. Unfortunately for The Netherlands and Malaysia, the Note7 launch has being delayed.
Samsung has announced launch details for its new Galaxy Note7 in India. Buyers there will get three months of unlimited voice calls and 4G data, and will also be able to buy a Gear VR headset for $30.
Samsung today formally announced its latest Galaxy Note7 flagship phone. The company is promising a fast, accurate iris scanner, 64GB of storage that's expandable up to 256GB, IP68 rating, and more.
It looks like the Note7 will may arrive with a free Gear Fit 2. According to a source, the handset will come bundled with Samsung's fitness band if purchased from T-Mobile or Sprint.
There's been a number of leaks pertaining to the Galaxy Note7 recently, but this latest one seemingly confirms one, big, upcoming feature: the Galaxy Note7 will come with an iris scanner.
Samsung Mobile's president has let slip that the upcoming Galaxy Note 7 phablet will feature improved software for a better note-taking experience. The device will be unveiled on August 2nd.
Samsung has begun sending out invitations for a press event on August 2 to announce the next iteration in its line of Galaxy Note devices. The invitation confirms that it will be called Galaxy Note7.
An import registry from India shows that Samsung might be working on a new version of its Gear VR headset. The updated device is likely to be launched next month, alongside the Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung's worst kept secret, the Galaxy Note 7 has leaked once again. This time readers can take a look at the upcoming device, thanks to press renders showing the Galaxy Note 7's three colors.
Samsung's Note7 is becoming one of the worst kept secrets this summer. A new leak reveals more details and gives us a better glimpse at the curved display and other features.
Samsung is expected to name its upcoming flagship phablet as the Galaxy Note7, and now the device's branding and some of its hardware specifications have been leaked by Evleaks.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 7, also known as the Note 6, has finally showed itself online in a leaked press render. There's also a short video showing the actual device, including its curved-edge screen.
Samsung might be planning to skip numbers for its next Galaxy Note handset, in order to be in line more with its current S flagships, possibly naming the next handset the Galaxy Note 7.