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Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) Smartphone running Android 6.0 Marshmallow spotted again - PhoneRadar;

Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) Smartphone running Android 6.0 Marshmallow spotted again - PhoneRadar

PhoneRadarSamsung Galaxy A3 (2017) Smartphone running Android 6.0 Marshmallow spotted againPhoneRadarOver the past few weeks, a new set of Samsung Galaxy devices is making brief appearances online. Previously we saw the leaked images of the Galaxy A5 2017 post which we spotted the Galaxy A3 2017 as well online. And now yet again, the Galaxy A3 ...and more »

Samsung Electronics shares slide as Galaxy Note 7 recall takes toll - Asia Times;

Samsung Electronics shares slide as Galaxy Note 7 recall takes toll - Asia Times

Asia TimesSamsung Electronics shares slide as Galaxy Note 7 recall takes tollAsia TimesA Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 new smartphone is displayed at its store in Seoul, South Korea, September 2, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji/File Photo. Koreassmartphone. Samsung Electronics shares slide as Galaxy Note 7 recall takes toll.and more »

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review: Samsung's king again, after Note 7 is slain - Alphr;

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review: Samsung's king again, after Note 7 is slain - Alphr

AlphrSamsung Galaxy S7 Edge review: Samsung's king again, after Note 7 is slainAlphrUpdate: Samsung has confirmed that, after weeks of speculation and bad news stories, it is ceasing production of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, leaving the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge as the company's leading flagship smartphone. Reports of spontaneously ...and more »

Samsung urges consumers globally to stop using Galaxy Note 7 - Ottawa Citizen;

Samsung urges consumers globally to stop using Galaxy Note 7 - Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa CitizenSamsung urges consumers globally to stop using Galaxy Note 7Ottawa CitizenSEOUL, South Korea - Samsung Electronics is urging consumers worldwide to stop using Galaxy Note 7 smartphones immediately and exchange them as soon as possible, as more reports of the phones catching fire emerged even after the company's global ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 too dangerous to use, U.S. agency says - Chicago Tribune;

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 too dangerous to use, U.S. agency says - Chicago Tribune

Chicago TribuneSamsung Galaxy Note 7 too dangerous to use, U.S. agency saysChicago TribuneSamsung announced a global recall of the Note 7 after several devices caught fire while being charged. Samsung announced a global recall of the Note 7 after several devices caught fire while being charged. (Jannis Mattar / EPA). Tribune news ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Review: Is It Still Worth Buying Despite Battery Issues? - Mobile & Apps;

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Review: Is It Still Worth Buying Despite Battery Issues? - Mobile & Apps

Mobile & AppsSamsung Galaxy Note 7 Review: Is It Still Worth Buying Despite Battery Issues?Mobile & AppsVisitors visit the stand of Samsung to watch the Galaxy Note 7 at the 2016 IFA consumer electronics trade fair on September 2, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. IFA is among the world's largest trade fairs for consumer electronics and home appliances and runs ...and more »

FAA issues Samsung Galaxy Note 7 warning for flights after fires - Financial Times;

FAA issues Samsung Galaxy Note 7 warning for flights after fires - Financial Times

Financial TimesFAA issues Samsung Galaxy Note 7 warning for flights after firesFinancial TimesUS aviation regulators have warned that Samsung's latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 7, should not be used or packed on flights after reports that the device could burst into flames. The Federal Aviation Administration issued the warning late ...and more »

Regulator Tells Air Passengers Not to Turn on Galaxy Note 7 Phones - Fox Business;

Regulator Tells Air Passengers Not to Turn on Galaxy Note 7 Phones - Fox Business

Fox BusinessRegulator Tells Air Passengers Not to Turn on Galaxy Note 7 PhonesFox BusinessGiuliani: "We have two Hillary Clintons, which says we have a person who is a liar, because that's what she is."… 34 minutes ago. Reply · Retweet · Favorite · FOX Business @FoxBusiness. Farage: [#Hillary] sees the European Union as a prototype for ...and more »

Galaxy Tab A (2016) with S Pen says hello in leaked press images - SlashGear;

Galaxy Tab A (2016) with S Pen says hello in leaked press images - SlashGear

SlashGearGalaxy Tab A (2016) with S Pen says hello in leaked press imagesSlashGearIt would appear that Samsung is plotting to re-release its Galaxy Tab A 10.1, which was released earlier this year. With this new variant, however, users will be getting S Pen functionality. According to SamMobile, which got its hands on leaked press ...and more »

How the new iPhone 7 compares to the best Android phones - The Verge;

How the new iPhone 7 compares to the best Android phones - The Verge

The VergeHow the new iPhone 7 compares to the best Android phonesThe VergeAnd while Apple has always been coy about the actual specifications of their devices, hard numbers for processor speed, RAM, and battery life are less important than ever nowadays. With phones like the Galaxy Note 7 leading the pack despite claims of ...and more »

Samsung shares plunge after Note 7 smartphone recall - Belfast Telegraph;

Samsung shares plunge after Note 7 smartphone recall - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphSamsung shares plunge after Note 7 smartphone recallBelfast TelegraphSamsung has seen £11 billion wiped off its market value after recalling its Note 7 smartphone due to the risk of it bursting into flames. Shares sank nearly 7% to 1.465 million won on Monday after it previously told customers to switch off and return ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Exchange Programme – Contacting Your Network - Gadget Helpline (blog);

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Exchange Programme – Contacting Your Network - Gadget Helpline (blog)

Gadget Helpline (blog)Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Exchange Programme – Contacting Your NetworkGadget Helpline (blog)Following up from the recent recall on Samsung Galaxy Note 7, we can now share some contact information to help you get in touch with your retailer/network provider about how this recall affects you and about the Exchange Programme to get your hands on ...and more »

Samsung Electronics shares touch near 2-month low on Note 7 worries - AsiaOne;

Samsung Electronics shares touch near 2-month low on Note 7 worries - AsiaOne

AsiaOneSamsung Electronics shares touch near 2-month low on Note 7 worriesAsiaOneThe logo of Samsung Electronics is seen at its headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, July 4, 2016. Reuters. Print. SEOUL - Shares of tech giant Samsung Electronics fell to their lowest level in nearly two months on Monday, hurt by worries the fallout ...and more »

iPhone 7 Battle Against Samsung Galaxy S7: Galaxy S7 With Battery Issues [STILL] Slams iPhone 7 No Superior ... - University Herald;

iPhone 7 Battle Against Samsung Galaxy S7: Galaxy S7 With Battery Issues [STILL] Slams iPhone 7 No Superior ... - University Herald

University HeraldiPhone 7 Battle Against Samsung Galaxy S7: Galaxy S7 With Battery Issues [STILL] Slams iPhone 7 No Superior ...University HeraldService providers like Verizon and AT&T now offers a free iPhone in exchange for subscription which would last for two years. (Photo : Stephen Lam/Getty Images). iPhone 7 vs. Samsung Galaxy S7 showed the latter's higher specs and lower price than the ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 tragedy may boost Apple iPhone 7 Plus sale - Inferse;

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 tragedy may boost Apple iPhone 7 Plus sale - Inferse

InferseSamsung Galaxy Note 7 tragedy may boost Apple iPhone 7 Plus saleInferseCurrent Note 7 incidents is severely tarnishing Samsung's reputation but it will inevitably increase the sales of the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The stylish and powerful Apple iPhone 7 and Plus 7 do not have the potential to disrupt the ...and more »

Samsung may deactivate unreturned Note 7 smartphones - ChannelBiz UK;

Samsung may deactivate unreturned Note 7 smartphones - ChannelBiz UK

ChannelBiz UKSamsung may deactivate unreturned Note 7 smartphonesChannelBiz UKSamsung looks to be taking a hard-line on recalling its Galaxy Note 7, with plans to remotely deactivate any handsets not returned by 30 September. Advertising. The Note 7 has been recalled because of a faulty battery that makes the phone a potential ...and more »

Samsung officially recalls Note 7 - What Mobile;

Samsung officially recalls Note 7 - What Mobile

What MobileSamsung officially recalls Note 7What MobileSamsung has finally announced a recall on the Galaxy Note 7, ceasing sales, after reports of the device exploding has prompted concerns over safety. In tandem, the Korean manufacturer has announced an exchange programme to bring back 2.5 million ...and more »

Samsung Note 7 Battery From Apple? - FX News Call;

Samsung Note 7 Battery From Apple? - FX News Call

FX News CallSamsung Note 7 Battery From Apple?FX News CallThe unprecedented recall of Samsung's phones due to their faulty batteries has raised so much concern in a recent couple of weeks. The devices are said to be exploding during or after charging and at some point, some of them have caught fire. However ...and more »

Samsung tells users to 'power down' Note 7 after more fires - Mobile Today;

Samsung tells users to 'power down' Note 7 after more fires - Mobile Today

Mobile TodaySamsung tells users to 'power down' Note 7 after more firesMobile TodaySamsung has urgently called on consumers to return Galaxy Note 7 devices amid further reports of exploding handsets. Despite the manufacturer issuing a global recall on 2nd September, there have been more cases of the flagship catching fire. USA Today ...and more »

ATL batteries to power Galaxy Note 7 replacement - Telecom Lead (registration) (blog);

ATL batteries to power Galaxy Note 7 replacement - Telecom Lead (registration) (blog)

Telecom Lead (registration) (blog)ATL batteries to power Galaxy Note 7 replacementTelecom Lead (registration) (blog)After faulty batteries led to a global recall of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, Samsung Electronics will only use batteries made by China's ATL for its replacement devices, Yonhap news agency reported. After the recall announcement earlier this month ...and more »