Samsung is celebrating the release of the Galaxy Note9 by releasing a timeline of Note handsets of the past. What's curious about the chart is that Samsung has omitted the Galaxy Note7.
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Samsung hasn't forgotten what happened last year and will offer owners of the recalled Galaxy Note7 a special promotion that will allow them to get up to $425 off their purchase of the Galaxy Note8.
The reworked Samsung Galaxy Note7 fan edition has received the teardown treatment and revealed the new internals implemented by the company, including a smaller battery and antenna.
After months of rumors that a refurbished Galaxy Note7 would be sold, Samsung confirmed its plans late last month. Now, it appears that more alleged images of the device have made their way online.
In January, Samsung announced its findings of its Note7 investigation and found that the batteries were at fault. A month later, the firm has released new videos in regards to safety and quality.
After a report was published claiming that refurbished Galaxy Note7 devices would be making their way to certain countries, Samsung India says that there are no plans to sell refurbished models there.
The government's own independent investigation into the fiery mishaps of the Samsung Note 7 came to a close today. The agency responsible reported that the phone's hardware wasn't to blame.
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.
Even though Samsung will hold a special event next week to announce the findings of its Note7 investigation, some of that information has already leaked. Surprise: it was the batteries' fault.
Samsung was supposed to announce its findings with regards to the exploding Note7 handsets late last year. The company pushed that date to January and is now saying it will hold a special event.
The FAA and Samsung have announced that airlines and airports will no longer need to warn passengers about the dangers of the Galaxy Note7, but the device is still banned from flights.
Samsung is looking to make a big comeback this year, following the Galaxy Note7 debacle from 2016. The company wants to push the Galaxy S8 hard and sell 60 million units by the end of the year.
Samsung is preparing to share results of its Galaxy Note7 investigation, after discontinuing the device due to safety risks. Its details will be announced later in the month.
It comes as no surprise that there would be repercussions for Samsung beyond the billions of dollars lost due to the Note7. The firm is expected to cut bonuses for those in the mobile division.
It appears that Samsung has completed its investigation of the Galaxy Note7. Although the firm has sent its report to various labs, it has not offered a public announcement or report.
Samsung has been on the warpath this week as it has issued press releases to most parts of the world in regards to crippling remaining Galaxy Note7 handsets. Now, the UK will also receive that update.
Samsung has recovered a majority of Note7 handsets, but it appears that some are still being used in the US. Samsung will update the Note7 and disable charging, hoping to reclaim the remaining units.
It's no secret - Samsung is determined to rid the world of the Galaxy Note7. While a large percentage of handsets have been recovered, the company is becoming more aggressive by disabling handsets.
Despite a 90% rate of return in Canada for the fiery Note7, 10% of customers are still holding out, forcing Samsung to warn that If you fail to turn it in before Dec 15, then you'll get cut off.
The biggest story this summer is how the Galaxy Note7 went from top-tier device to fiery wreckage, and eventual discontinuation. A new examination suggests that an aggressive design is to blame.
While a majority of Galaxy Note7 devices have been returned, there is still the matter of finding out what exactly caused the issue. According to sources, Samsung could unveil details by year's end.
Reports are currently doing the rounds claiming that Samsung is planning to sell refurbished Galaxy Note7 devices next year in India and Vietnam - but that seems extremely unlikely.
Samsung has announced that in some parts of the world Note7 devices will soon stop connecting to mobile networks. This move is in an effort to force users to return their fire-prone devices.
Samsung is looking towards its future, with the company reportedly planning to get everything right and rebuild consumer trust in the coming year. That will involve the launch of the Galaxy S8.
Operating profit at Samsung has fallen by 30% since the botched recall and discontinuation of the Galaxy Note7 handset, after possible battery issues caused some units to catch fire or explode.
Samsung has squashed all the rumors that suggested the Galaxy S8 would be released early. The company says the S8 will be coming on schedule early next year, but a source says the handset is delayed.
Samsung is rolling out an upgrade program where Note7 users in South Korea will be able to upgrade their devices to a Galaxy S8 or Note8 for half the price of the existing Galaxy S7.
Samsung is desperate to avoid mistakes with the upcoming Galaxy S8 flagship and is willing to do quite a lot to ensure the device is a success, even going as far as turning to its rival for help.
Even President Barack Obama is making fun of Samsung over the Note7 recall. The President delivered his joke while speaking at Miami Dade College on Thursday, in defense of his Affordable Care Act.
Samsung has taken to Twitter to post several teasers of the companies upcoming 'Galaxy On Nxt' smartphone. The device is expected to feature a full metal unibody, along with an octa-core processor.
The Galaxy Note7 disaster has left a wound inside of Samsung, with tensions and speculation running high. Executives and staff alike are expected to be fired at the company's performance review.
Samsung's recall of the Galaxy Note7 is going to leave a lot of customers looking for a new handset. If that's you, consider these suggestions when exchanging your handset.
Samsung's latest flagship device was supposed to please the company's fans, but has proven too dangerous for consumers - so much so that major airlines are investing even more in safety precautions.
Samsung is alerting users of the Galaxy S7 that their phones are not issued for recall. The company is taking precautionary methods to ensure confusion does not arise between the Note7 and S7 line.
Following 96 incidents in the US - including 13 in which people suffered burns, and 47 reports of property damage - the CPSC has published official details of the Galaxy Note7's final recall.
Samsung may end up abandoning not just the Note7 smartphone, but the entire Note branding, in an effort to distance itself from the PR debacle that the exploding phone lead to.
With the cancelation of the Samsung Galaxy Note7, the company has revised its Q3 2016 earnings forecast with share prices falling by almost 10% in two days - and a loss of $20 billion in market value.
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.
Samsung is reportedly permanently discontinuing the Galaxy Note7 smartphone. This comes after months of controversy and recalls. It also comes hours after Samsung announced it would stop selling it.
Samsung has officially stated that it will ask its partners to stop selling the Galaxy Note7, and it has requested that users of the device - old or new - power down the device.