Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Stories Yesterday

GOOG: 819.31

Stock Chart

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 debacle officially wrapped up yesterday (or at least we hope), with the Korean company announcing that flaws in batteries from two different suppliers were to blame for the device’s explosions. Now, a series of photos showing what appears to be the company’s Note 7 battery investigation facility have popped up on Twitter…

expand full story

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Stories January 22

GOOG: 805.02

Stock Chart

The Galaxy Note 7 was very short lived after handsets began to explode. There have been reports and rumors that the battery was the root cause but results of an official investigation had yet to be announced. Today, Samsung has confirmed that the Note 7’s issues were indeed battery-related, specifically due to positive and negative battery cells making contact…

expand full story

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Stories January 19

GOOG: 802.18

Stock Chart

Following a report earlier this week that said Samsung’s investigation into the Note 7 concluded that the battery was to blame for fire concerns, the company announced this evening that it will officially reveal its results on Monday, January 23rd…

expand full story


Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Stories January 17

GOOG: 804.61

Stock Chart

From updates that disable charging to Samsung releasing an official explanation next week, the Galaxy Note 7 disaster is finally winding down. While 96% of phones have been recalled, Verizon (via Fortune) notes that “thousands” of Note 7s are still in use, with more steps being taken to encourage a return.

expand full story

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Stories January 11

GOOG: 807.91

Stock Chart

It’s been a long road for Samsung with the Galaxy Note 7 recall, but things are finally coming to an end. Samsung has today confirmed that almost every single Note 7 in the US has been removed from the market.

expand full story

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Stories January 2

GOOG: 771.82

Stock Chart

After discontinuing the Galaxy Note 7 late last year, Samsung quickly opened up an investigation to figure out exactly what caused the device to catch fire. Now, according to a report out of Korea, Samsung has concluded the investigation.

expand full story


Submit a Tip


Submitting a tip constitutes permission to publish and syndicate. Please view our tips policy or see all contact options.

Powered by VIP