The replacement Note 7's came in stock in the US a week ago… - Cult of Mac

Interesting… considering this isn't the first “isolated” case apparently. There are also reports of “safe” Note 7 devices in China going up in flames as well. I'm thinking there is more to this issue… perhaps with fast charging, etc. Jacob Gourley. I ...

Samsung appreciates loyalty but really wants Galaxy Note 7s returned - UPI.com

Samsung on Tuesday said more than 60 percent of people in the U.S. and South Korea have exchanged their possibly defective Galaxy Note 7. The company is seeking for the return of all phones. China's Amperex Technology Limited began providing ...

Note 7 users faithful to device as replacements arrive - AndroidGuys

Samsung is busy offering exchanges for faulty Note 7 phones after issuing a major safety recall of faulty internal batteries. As customers continue to return these devices to retailers around the world, Samsung has given each consumer the option of ...

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 tentatively scheduled for a return to Europe on October 28th - Phone Arena

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 never got a chance to officially launch in Europe. Only those who had pre-ordered the device had received it, and those waiting for the phone to hit store shelves never had the opportunity to buy one. The original plan was to ...

6-in-10 punters return their self-destructing Samsung Galaxy Note 7 - The Register

Just over three weeks after announcing a global Galaxy Note 7 recall, Samsung says six out of ten owners in the US and South Korea have returned their potentially exploding phablets. The numbers are even higher in Singapore, where 80 per cent of owners ...

There are reports of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones still catching fire in China - Business Insider

"We are currently contacting the customer and will conduct a thorough examination of the device in question once we receive it," Samsung told Business Insider in a statement. Samsung has said the battery issue didn't affect Note 7 phones sold in China ...

Some New Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Smartphones Are Still Overheating: Report - International Business Times

While things seem to be getting a little better for Samsung in the U.S, consumers in South Korea are still having major issues even with their replacement non-removable batteries. According to South Korean television news network, YTN, newly exchanged ...

Exploding Galaxy S7 Edge; Samsung On an Explosive Spree - TechFrag

We have all heard about the Note 7 explosions that have been going on around the world. It was so bad that the US government got involved and Samsung had to recall the devices. That was the Note 7, what we have here is a case of an exploding Galaxy S7 ...

A New Galaxy Note 7 Has Suffered The Same Battery Fire In China - Ubergizmo

Soon after Samsung released the Galaxy Note 7 it was reported that the handset's battery was combusting on its own. Samsung later confirmed a battery cell defect and recalled all units shipped since the release. The company has now been replacing all ...

Galaxy Note 7 finally goes on sale in Europe on October 28th - Engadget

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 was originally set to go on sale in Europe on September 2nd, but on that very day the launch was pulled and a global recall issued on account of their tendency to explode without warning. This made the regional recall process a ...

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Burns Fingers, MacBook In New Report Despite 'Safe' Status Of Device - International Business Times

A new incident report involving a Galaxy Note 7 appears to show that even the “safe” units Samsung is selling in China have battery issues. The phone owner claims his handset exploded Monday morning. Apple Insider has learned that no more than 24 ...

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Returning To Europe On October 28 - Android Headlines

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery scandal didn't just affect the United States. As the most likely culprit—the company's battery division Samsung SDI—was responsible for 70% of all initial shipments, the South Korean consumer electronics manufacturer ...

Most Samsung Galaxy Note 7 buyers opt for replacement; when will it be launched in India? - International Business Times, India Edition

The company said about 90 percent of the customers across the globe opted for a replacement instead of refund. Raymond Ronamai. September 27, 2016 21:52 IST. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Recall: Exchange your phablet for Galaxy S7 or S7 EdgeSamsung ...

Samsung reveals 60% of 'unsafe' Galaxy Notes exchanged - BBC News

A global recall of Galaxy Note 7 phones has seen 60% of owners following Samsung's advice and exchanging them. Reports emerged in late summer in the US and South Korea of the phone exploding during or after charging. On 2 September, Samsung ...

'Safe' Galaxy Note 7 explodes, burning owner (and Samsung) - BGR

Samsung is doing well at recalling and replacing millions of potentially explosive Galaxy Note 7 devices, but that recall could all be for nothing. According to a report, a theoretically safe Note 7, bought over the weekend in China, burst into flames ...

Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 S Pen might speak to you - TechRadar

The S Pen is one of the features that sets Samsung's phablet range apart from most of the competition. It gives you new ways to interact with the phone, allowing you to sketch and write by hand, but future versions could go a step further and add audio ...

About 90% of Note7 users aren't abandoning them for iPhones, says Samsung - Mashable

... Tweet on Twitter Share Share. What's This? Ads by Google - - -. Samsung Electronic Company in Thailand announced a recall of its Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to its Samsung mobile customers through fan pages. Image: LightRocket via Getty Images.

Some Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Buyers Are Defecting to the iPhone - Fortune

Samsung's exploding battery problem with the Galaxy Note 7 is turning out to be a boon for Apple. The timing of the recall of the hazardous device came just as Apple was announcing and putting on sale its iPhone 7 line. As part of the recall, Samsung ...

Galaxy Note 7: Samsung sets date for sales to begin again in Europe - ZDNet

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7: 57 percent of existing devices have now been exchanged, Samsung has revealed. Image: CNET. Over half of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones in Europe have been replaced in the first week since the company launched ...

Let's hope Samsung's Galaxy S8 isn't as crazy as it sounds in this leak - Yahoo News

Samsung isn't done dealing with the aftermath of the massive Galaxy Note 7 recall, but the first Galaxy S8 rumors have started to emerge. Some even say that Samsung will be forced to launch the new Galaxy S earlier than expected just to make up for ...