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Report says Samsung Galaxy Note7 India relaunch set for October 7 - GSMArena.com

The Samsung Galaxy Note7 will be relaunched in India early next month - October 7 to be precise, according to a recent report out of the country. Interestingly, the new iPhones will also go on sale in India on the same day. The latest Galaxy Note, if ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 emits sparks and smoke during India flight - ABC Online

A Samsung Galaxy smartphone stored in an overhead baggage compartment on an Indian plane has emitted smoke mid-flight, India's aviation regulator says, but there was no damage and the aircraft landed safely. Passengers on board an IndiGo flight smelled ...and more »

Dangerous cell phones - PanARMENIAN.Net

In mid-September 2016, Samsung Electronics has recalled Some 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 smartphones worldwide, replacing or refunding the flagship phones, whose susceptibility to catching fire has damaged the image of the Korean powerhouse. September 23 ...and more »

What's Going Wrong With Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Exchanges — And What You Can Do - The Consumerist

Yesterday, we asked anyone having issues swapping out a defective, recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone to drop us a line. Boy, did you. In less than 24 hours, we received dozens of messages from frustrated phone owners, and they're still coming in ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 catches fire in aircraft in Chennai - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: A Samsung Note 2 led to a sparks and smoke in an IndiGo flight flying between Singapore and Chennai on Friday morning, said a Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) official. Confirming the incident, IndiGo said that 'a few passengers ...and more »

Complaints Arise Over Replacement Batteries for Samsung Galaxy Note 7 - Wall Street Journal

A Samsung employee arranges boxes with replacement Galaxy Note 7 smartphones at a store in Seoul. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency. By. Eun-Young Jeong. Updated Sept. 25, 2016 11:43 a.m. ET. 28 COMMENTS. Save Article. Sign In to Save Subscribe to WSJ ...and more »

Is That a Bomb in Your Pocket or Just Your Smartphone? Why Airlines Hate the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 - The Daily Meal

The release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 started off with a literal bang, as many of the new phones have been spontaneously catching fire due to a battery cell issue. More on Airline Safety. You Won't Believe How Much the TSA Makes From Leftover Change ...and more »

Samsung phone emits smoke on Indian airline flight - Reuters

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A Samsung Electronics smartphone stored in an overhead baggage compartment on an Indian plane emitted smoke in mid-flight on Friday, India's aviation regulator said, but there was no damage and the aircraft landed safely. A ...and more »

Samsung: 'about half' of dangerous Note 7s have been exchanged in the US - The Verge

Samsung is claiming that “about half” of the Galaxy Note 7 devices that could potentially explode have been exchanged for new phones — at least in the US. Samsung also says that “90 percent” of those who have exchanged their phone decided to get ...and more »

Samsung Note 2 catches fire on flight to Chennai, DGCA asks flyers to be careful with all Samsung Note devices - Times of India

NEW DELHI: A Samsung Note 2 phone emitted smoke after reportedly catching fire on a Singapore-Chennai flight of IndiGo on Friday morning when the plane was about to land. The phone was kept in the overhead bin. "The crew noticed smoke from the bin and ...and more »