Samsung Plans Software Update to Cut Galaxy Note 7 Fire Risk - Wall Street Journal

The Korean tech giant is trying to replace some of the 2.5 million smartphones it has recalled in 10 countries, citing fire-prone batteries. The recall has hit its market value. By. Yun-Hee Kim and. Yun-Hee Kim. The Wall Street Journal. BiographyYun ...

Galaxy Note 7 recall FAQ: Everything you need to know about returning and exchanging your phone - CNET

Four months after Samsung first recalled its acclaimed Galaxy Note 7 phone, the electronics giant finally announced what caused Note 7 phones from two separate batches to catch fire in the first place: a design failure in the first battery and a ...

Samsung Note 7 tragedy: Everything you need to know - Business Today

Galaxy Note 7 is the hottest topic in the tech world right now and quite literally. As of September 1, the company had announced 35 cases of explosive Note 7 devices. After the announcement, there have been numerous other reports suggesting that the ...

Will the Galaxy Note 7 snafu send Samsung up in flames? - RetailWire

Two weeks ago, Samsung issued a statement that it was ending sales of and voluntarily recalling its new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after an internal investigation confirmed reports that batteries for the devices were catching fire. Concern about the ...

Samsung is going to stop Galaxy Note 7 explosions with a software update - Geek

Samsung has a bit of a nightmare on its hands at the moment due to the faulty batteries that shipped with the recently released Galaxy Note 7. They overheat, they explode, and they are causing serious harm to some owners. So risky is using a Note 7 ...

Samsung plans software update; quick fix for Galaxy Note 7 is no full recharge - Chicago Tribune

Samsung Electronics Galaxy Note 7 smartphones are displayed at the company's showroom in Seoul, South Korea, on Saturday, Sept. 10. (Ahn Young-joon / AP). Tribune news servicesContact Reporter · Samsung plans to issue a software update for its ...

Spontaneous combustion raises risk of tarnishing Samsung's Galaxy brand - The Hankyoreh

Mystery fires affecting the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone are having growing ramifications, possibly even having an impact on the brand value of the entire Galaxy smartphone series beyond their short-term effect on Samsung Electronics performance.

Exploding Galaxy Note 7 Delays Are Damaging Samsung - Forbes

Samsung's nightmare with the exploding batteries inside its Galaxy Note 7 product line is continuing. Samsung's latest small step in addressing the failures is to prepare an Android update that will limit the charging of the Note 7 batter to sixty ...

Why a Samsung Galaxy Phone Exploded in the Hands of a 6-year-old - Nature World News

This photo was taken during the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 last August. Recently, the company giant is facing troubles with their newest handset, Galaxy Note 7. Another Samsung phone (not Galaxy Note 7) , reportedly exploded while a 6-year old boy ...

Samsung turns China's ATL into a full-time battery supplier for the Galaxy Note 7 - Phone Arena

Reuters reports that Samsung Electronics will stop sourcing Galaxy Note 7 batteries from Samsung SDI and make a full switch to Chinese company Amperex Technology Ltd. According to knowledgeable analysts, Samsung SDI used to be busy with producing ...

The Samsung Galaxy S7 - DailyTech

The Samsung Galaxy S7 has a very similar design to its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S6. By Orxan Hasanaliyev. For better grip, there is a curved version of the Samsung Galaxy S7, known as the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. It now has a 5.1” display and ...

Samsung China to recall 1858 Galaxy Note 7 smartphones: watchdog - Reuters

A 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. BEIJING China's quality watchdog said on Wednesday Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's (005930.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 update to stop phones from charging to keep them from blowing up - The Independent

Samsung is to stop its recalled Galaxy Note 7 phones from charging all the way to try and stop them from blowing up. The company last week announced that it would be conducting a global recall on the smartphone. That came after reports that the phone ...

Galaxy Note 7: Everything We Know About Samsung's Too-Hot-to-Handle Phone - NBCNews.com

Half a million Galaxy Note 7 smartphones without potentially explosive batteries will be available for exchange across the United States beginning Wednesday, Samsung said Tuesday. Samsung said Sept. 2 that it was recalling all 2.5 million Note 7s ...

Hongkongers who purchased Galaxy Note 7 can get full refund from Samsung - South China Morning Post

Samsung Electronics H.K. is now offering a full refund for worried Hongkongers who have purchased the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, but it is doing so only upon consumers' requests, following reports of exploding batteries from users worldwide. Consumer ...

Got this Samsung phone? Well, now you can't use it on UAE planes - What's On

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone has been served with some major restrictions for those travelling on board national airlines in the UAE. Why, you ask? Well, remember that little problem some of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones have?

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 New Software Update Limits Battery Life To Prevent Overheating - International Business Times

Samsung plans to launch a software update that it hopes will prevent its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones from overheating. However, the software update will limit the phone's battery life to 60 percent. The tech giant reportedly put out an ad in a South ...

Samsung to cap Note 7 battery charge in South Korea via software update - Asia Times

SEOUL (Reuters) – Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, which has urged users of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone to turn them in due to fire-prone batteries, said it will perform a software update in South Korea that limits the devices' charge to 60 percent. The ...

Samsung shares rally despite Galaxy Note 7 recall - International Business Times AU

People are silhouetted as they pose with mobile devices in front of a screen projected with a Samsung logo, in this picture illustration taken in Zenica October 29, 2014. Reuters/Dado Ruvic. Shares of Samsung Electronics recovered Tuesday despite the ...

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco: Here is everything you need to know about Lithium batteries - The Indian Express

With a limit on maximum capacity and the dangers it poses if not manufactured correctly, are lithium ion batteries ready to power the devices of the future? 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. Written by Swapnil Mathur | Updated: ...