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5 Best Galaxy Note 7 Alternatives - Gotta Be Mobile;

5 Best Galaxy Note 7 Alternatives - Gotta Be Mobile

Gotta Be Mobile5 Best Galaxy Note 7 AlternativesGotta Be MobileAs we said above, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is the best possible phone to choose (aside from another Galaxy Note 7) for owners. Simply because it's a similar software experience, nearly identical in design, and shares most of the features that makes ...and more »

Samsung To Refund, Replace Every Galaxy Note 7 In Australia - Huffington Post Australia;

Samsung To Refund, Replace Every Galaxy Note 7 In Australia - Huffington Post Australia

Huffington Post AustraliaSamsung To Refund, Replace Every Galaxy Note 7 In AustraliaHuffington Post AustraliaSamsung Australia will refund or replace the 51,060 Galaxy Note 7 phones in Australia, as part of a worldwide recall of the new devices after isolated reports of exploding batteries. The global recall was announced last week, and on Monday night the ...and more »

Samsung cuts Note7 battery supply from SDI - Korea JoongAng Daily;

Samsung cuts Note7 battery supply from SDI - Korea JoongAng Daily

Korea JoongAng DailySamsung cuts Note7 battery supply from SDIKorea JoongAng DailySamsung Electronics has reportedly decided to halt its supply of Galaxy Note7 batteries from affiliate Samsung SDI in response to recent reports of the device overheating and melting, industry sources said Monday. Neither of the two companies, however, ...and more »

Galaxy Note7 will no longer pack in Samsung SDI batteries - GSMArena.com;

Galaxy Note7 will no longer pack in Samsung SDI batteries - GSMArena.com

GSMArena.comGalaxy Note7 will no longer pack in Samsung SDI batteriesGSMArena.comThe faulty battery packs that caused some Samsung Galaxy Note7 units to explode during charging, forcing Samsung to announce a global recall, were manufactured by the South Korean company's own SDI subsidiary. Reports out of Samsung's home ...and more »

Exploding Samsung Note7 ruins Australian hotel room - The Australian;

Exploding Samsung Note7 ruins Australian hotel room - The Australian

The AustralianExploding Samsung Note7 ruins Australian hotel roomThe AustralianAustralia has two confirmed cases of a Samsung Galaxy Note7 exploding, one in a hotel room in Perth. A Melbourne man who did not identify himself says his new Note7 exploded while he was asleep. The explosion charred the hotel room bed sheet and the ...and more »

How Samsung's loss could be Apple's gain - Economic Times;

How Samsung's loss could be Apple's gain - Economic Times

Economic TimesHow Samsung's loss could be Apple's gainEconomic TimesNEW YORK: In a setback for Samsung and a somewhat happy news for Apple as it prepared to launch iPhone 7, the global recall by the south Korean giant of its flagship premium device Galaxy Note 7 over battery explosion fears is certainly going to affect ...and more »

Samsung releases Canadian details of smartphone recall for overheated batteries - CP24 Toronto's Breaking News;

Samsung releases Canadian details of smartphone recall for overheated batteries - CP24 Toronto's Breaking News

CP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsSamsung releases Canadian details of smartphone recall for overheated batteriesCP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsMISSISSAUGA, Ont. - Samsung has released Canadian details for the 10-country recall of 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, following reports that some of their batteries have exploded or caught fire. Samsung Electronics Canada says there has been ...and more »

Samsung recalls Note7 after battery fires - Yahoo7 - Yahoo7 News;

Samsung recalls Note7 after battery fires - Yahoo7 - Yahoo7 News

Yahoo7 NewsSamsung recalls Note7 after battery fires - Yahoo7Yahoo7 NewsThousands of Galaxy Note7 phone owners in Australia have been told to turn off their phones and return them to stores after reports of batteries catching fire and exploding while charging. The recall of more than 50,000 phones came after an Australian ...and more »

Samsung Battery Fires Shouldn't Leave Lasting Burn - Wall Street Journal;

Samsung Battery Fires Shouldn't Leave Lasting Burn - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalSamsung Battery Fires Shouldn't Leave Lasting BurnWall Street JournalExploding phone batteries are never a good thing, but Samsung SSNHZ 0.00 % 's reaction should keep the broader damage in check, especially as it goes toe-to-toe with Apple's new iPhone. The world's largest smartphone maker announced last week a ...and more »

Samsung urged to officially recall Galaxy Note 7 to prevent resale of a dangerous product - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

Samsung urged to officially recall Galaxy Note 7 to prevent resale of a dangerous productAppleInsider (press release) (blog)A leading consumer advocacy group has urged Samsung to perform an official recall of its Galaxy Note 7 following reports that its battery may explode while charging. Samsung's trial by fire. So far, Samsung has only offered a voluntary replacement ...and more »

Samsung recalls Galaxy Note 7 phones after battery fires - The Standard (press release);

Samsung recalls Galaxy Note 7 phones after battery fires - The Standard (press release)

The Standard (press release)Samsung recalls Galaxy Note 7 phones after battery firesThe Standard (press release)Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has recalled all Galaxy Note 7 smartphones equipped with batteries it has found to be fire-prone and halted their sales in 10 markets, denting a revival of the firm's mobile business. Koh Dong-jin, head of the South Korean ...and more »

Qantas bans passengers charging Samsung Galaxy Note7 from flights after phones catch fire - Stuff.co.nz;

Qantas bans passengers charging Samsung Galaxy Note7 from flights after phones catch fire - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzQantas bans passengers charging Samsung Galaxy Note7 from flights after phones catch fireStuff.co.nzThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Close Modal Dialog. This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Video will play ...and more »

Samsung Calls Note 7 Recall Cost to Company 'Heartbreaking' - Mac Rumors

Samsung Calls Note 7 Recall Cost to Company 'Heartbreaking'Mac RumorsThe president of Samsung has confessed that recalling 2.5 million of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones will cost the company a "heartbreaking amount". According to Bloomberg, the comment came on Friday when the head of Samsung's mobile business Koh ...and more »

Samsung tells Australians to turn off Galaxy Note7 smartphones, investigates fire reports - NEWS.com.au;

Samsung tells Australians to turn off Galaxy Note7 smartphones, investigates fire reports - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auSamsung tells Australians to turn off Galaxy Note7 smartphones, investigates fire reportsNEWS.com.auSAMSUNG Australia is investigating reports some of its flagship smartphones have burst into flames in Australia, including one that reportedly erupted in a Perth hotel beside a sleeping user, causing hundreds of dollars in damage. The company confirmed ...and more »

Samsung Note7 users may get interim phones - The Straits Times;

Samsung Note7 users may get interim phones - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesSamsung Note7 users may get interim phonesThe Straits TimesThey queued at shops to buy the smartphone when it was launched just over two weeks ago. Now they are back, asking for exchanges or refunds. Singapore's Samsung Galaxy Note7 users have now been assured that details of an exchange programme are ...and more »

Samsung out as much as $1 billion for Note 7 recall, will reportedly stop using its own batteries - 9 to 5 Google;

Samsung out as much as $1 billion for Note 7 recall, will reportedly stop using its own batteries - 9 to 5 Google

9 to 5 GoogleSamsung out as much as $1 billion for Note 7 recall, will reportedly stop using its own batteries9 to 5 GooglePrior to halting sales of the Galaxy Note 7 and recalling shipped units, Samsung had sold nearly 2.5 million units of the phone. What will it cost to get all — or most — of these units back in house and then replace them with new units? Well, let's ...and more »

Samsung VR exec welcomes competition to boost awareness - Houston Chronicle

Samsung VR exec welcomes competition to boost awarenessHouston ChronicleNEW YORK (AP) — Samsung just released its third virtual-reality headset for its Galaxy phones, while Facebook's Oculus business and HTC have been shipping more powerful systems connected to high-end personal computers. Sony also has an upcoming ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy Note7 recall: How to back up your data and return your device - SiliconANGLE (blog);

Samsung Galaxy Note7 recall: How to back up your data and return your device - SiliconANGLE (blog)

SiliconANGLE (blog)Samsung Galaxy Note7 recall: How to back up your data and return your deviceSiliconANGLE (blog)After much anticipation, the Samsung Galaxy Note7 went on sale two weeks ago and received positive reviews and feedback. Unfortunately, rumors emerged last week that Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. was preparing for a global recall of the device due to ...and more »

Samsung Offers $25 Credit to Stay With It After Note 7 Recall - PC Magazine;

Samsung Offers $25 Credit to Stay With It After Note 7 Recall - PC Magazine

PC MagazineSamsung Offers $25 Credit to Stay With It After Note 7 RecallPC MagazineNobody wants an exploding smartphone—not as a gag gift, and certainly not as one's primary device. And that makes Samsung's recent, giant recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 especially troubling from a marketing perspective. After Friday's ...and more »

Consumer Reports says that Samsung's Note 7 recall 'isn't official' - 9 to 5 Google;

Consumer Reports says that Samsung's Note 7 recall 'isn't official' - 9 to 5 Google

9 to 5 GoogleConsumer Reports says that Samsung's Note 7 recall 'isn't official'9 to 5 GoogleAfter reports came out that some Galaxy Note 7 units were exploding due to a battery issue, Samsung quickly responded, issuing a recall of the device and a free exchange program for customers. The company stated that 35 incidents had been noted so far ...and more »