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Samsung launches Galaxy J7 Prime and J5 Prime in India -

Samsung has launched the new Galaxy J7 Prime and Galaxy J5 Prime in India. The former we have seen before but the latter is a new device. The J7 Prime has a 5.5-inch 1080p LCD with a 1.6GHz octa-core processor, 3GB RAM, 16GB storage, microSD slot, dual ...and more »

7 things the iPhone 7 can do that the Samsung's Galaxy phones can't - Business Insider

Since the iPhone 7 just arrived, you're probably wondering what new tricks it can do. Here's a list of the most important features you'll only find in the iPhone 7. Note: We're not comparing the iPhone 7 to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 until the recall ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 users' phones are blowing up, literally - Washington Post

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was supposed to be the next jewel in the South Korean company's line of Android smartphones, touted for its bigger battery that could power the phone for an impressive nine hours. The entire phone was, as the company ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime and Galaxy J7 Prime launched in India, price starts Rs 14790; offer 'Make for India' features - Financial Express

Samsung Electronics is going ahead in its juggernaut-like way by launching smartphones at various price points catering to specific segments with specific features to cover all bases that a buyer is eyeing. The latest smartphones to be launched by the ...and more »

Samsung will keep sending warning messages to your recalled Galaxy Note 7 until you return it - Business Insider

AP Samsung is issuing a software update to Galaxy Note 7 phones in the US this week that'll warn you if you have a model affected by last week's recall. Samsung recalled the Galaxy Note 7 following several reports of exploding batteries. The software ...and more »

The Galaxy Note 7 could burn your house down, yet a tiny fraction of owners have returned it - Business Insider

Fox 13 News Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 recall is in full effect— and yet, it appears as though customers aren't getting the message. According to Recode, only 130,000 Note 7 units have been returned through Samsung's exchange program, even though 1 ...and more »

Report: Samsung Rushed Galaxy Note 7 To Beat Predictable iPhone 7 To Market - The Consumerist

The Galaxy Note 7 has been plagued by reports of fires and explosions almost since the day it launched. After a few tumultuous weeks and a “product exchange,” the phone finally received an official safety recall on Sept. 15. But Samsung's been making ...and more »

Here's how to make sure your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is safe to use - Business Insider

If you still have a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that was bought around the time the phone first launched, stop what you're doing, turn it off, and go return it. The US government formally recalled the device last week after numerous reports of it combusting ...and more »

This is the simplest way to check if your Galaxy Note 7 is safe - TechnoBuffalo

Now that Samsung has finally started to exchange unsafe Galaxy Note 7 handsets, those who have received a replacement are probably wondering whether they really do have a safe unit. Here's the simplest way you can check in just a few seconds. In fact ...and more »

Man Allegedly Burned by Galaxy Note 7 Is Suing Samsung - Gizmodo

A Florida man who claimed to suffer severe burns when his Galaxy Note 7 exploded in his pocket is now suing Samsung. Jonathan Strobel of Boca Raton is the first to file a lawsuit against Samsung after the company officially recalled the latest addition ...and more »