Samsung unveils Galaxy Note8 at New York event

Samsung unveiled its eagerly-anticipated Galaxy Note8 device, the successor to its ill-fated Note7, at a glitzy event in New York on Wednesday.

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Samsung's Note7 Post Mortem Turns Up 2 Problems


Samsung is set to release the results of its Galaxy Note7 investigation on Monday, explaining the underlying causes of the problems that led to the phone’s demise. The three independent quality control and supply chain analysis firms Samsung engaged to conduct the investigation concluded that the Note7 was affected by two separate issues. One was a battery issue; the other was the rush to market. The battery issue reportedly originated with batteries made by Samsung SDI, which did not fit inside the phone properly, leading some devices to overheat, catch fire or even explode.

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Samsung Bows Under Note7 Fallout


Three owners of Galaxy Note7 smartphones this week filed a complaint in a federal court in New Jersey that could become a class action lawsuit against Samsung. “Plaintiffs and the Class have suffered injury in fact, incurred millions of dollars in fees, and have otherwise been harmed by Samsung’s conduct,” the complaint states. Samsung recalled the phones and stopped producing them after faulty batteries caused a number of the original products and their replacements to smoke and ignite.

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End of the road for Galaxy Note7: What's next for Samsung?

Samsung’s unprecedented decision to end production of its troubled Galaxy Note7 was the only way for the tech giant to start rebuilding its battered smartphone brand, experts say.

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End of the road for Galaxy Note7: What's next for Samsung?

Samsung’s unprecedented decision to end production of its troubled Galaxy Note7 was the only way for the tech giant to start rebuilding its battered smartphone brand, experts say.

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Samsung's Galaxy Note7 Assembly Lines Grind to Halt


Samsung has stopped production of its problematic Galaxy Note7 smartphones, according to multiple press reports Monday. The company had been offering replacements of the phone after issuing a recall due to defective batteries, but all four major carriers have stopped doing so, presumably because several of the replacements exhibited similar problems, including smoking and catching fire. Two replacements have malfunctioned, according to widely publicized accounts. One began crackling and smoking on board a Southwest Airlines plane.

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AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon Stop Providing Replacement Samsung Galaxy Note7 Phones

Amid more reports of replacement Samsung Galaxy Note7 phones catching fire, AT&T Wireless, T-Mobile, and Verizon said they’ve quit exchanging the phones for new versions.

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CPSC to Investigate New Report of Samsung Galaxy Note7 Fire

Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones are back in the news after one of the phones reportedly caught fire on a Southwest Airlines flight Wednesday while the plane was still at the gate in Louisville, …

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Samsung Green-Lights Galaxy Note7 Replacements


In an update to its Galaxy Note7 recall, Samsung announced that more than 500,000 new replacement devices would be available for exchange at U.S. retail outlets on Wednesday. The company also announced the rollout of a software update that will display a green battery icon on the screens of new Note7 devices to distinguish them from those subject to recall. “We are delivering as promised and moving quickly to educate consumers about the recall and make new Note7s available,” said Tim Baxter, president of Samsung Electronics America.

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Why Lithium-Ion Batteries Still Explode, and What's Being Done to Fix the Problem

New Samsung Galaxy Note7 phones were available in U.S. stores Wednesday, September 21, after exploding lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries forced the company to recall about a million units.

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Samsung's Galaxy Note7 woes perfectly timed for Apple on iPhone 7 debut

Samsung’s ongoing Galaxy Note7 woes are perfectly timed for Apple, say tech experts, as the eagerly-anticipated iPhone 7 hits the market Friday

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Consumer Product Safety Commission Announces Recall of Samsung Galaxy Note7

It’s been a long time coming, but Samsung has now officially recalled its Galaxy Note7 smartphone in conjunction with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the government agency cha…

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Samsung's solution to exploding Galaxy Note 7s is to shorten battery life

By now, you’ve probably heard that Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 devices have a tendency to go boom whilst charging.

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