Samsung Stories September 22
While in the midst of exchanging recalled Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, Samsung has apparently run into a few cases where customers made claims that turned out to be false. According to a report from ZDNet, Samsung has received 26 false reports of Galaxy Note 7 units catching fire since the recall started.
Samsung Stories September 20
In a video last week, Samsung confirmed that replacement Galaxy Note 7 units were coming and that they would be available “no later than September 21st”. Now Samsung has revealed that things are right on schedule with the first big shipment of phones arriving in the US and on their way to carriers and retail locations.
Samsung Stories September 19
Samsung is preparing to start replacing recalled Galaxy Note 7s here in the United States in just a couple of days, but for anyone who wants to purchase a new device, well, they still can’t. Since Samsung first announced the Note 7 recall, Samsung has had sales of the Note 7 on pause, but now VentureBeat is reporting that sales will be resuming a bit later than we expected…
As we finally approach the arrival of Samsung’s new-and-improved, non-explosive Galaxy Note 7 units, Samsung is now officially detailing how you can identify these new devices from those which were manufactured before the recall which are prone to combust.
Samsung Stories September 17
Since Chromebooks first hit the scene, Samsung has had options available. The Samsung Series 3 Chromebook was one of the most popular Chromebooks ever, but in the time since Samsung’s Chromebooks have faded into the background a bit with the focus shifted to options from HP, ASUS, Acer, and many others. With Android apps on the horizon, it seems that Samsung is finally pushing its Chromebook lineup yet again, but it might be doing that in the wrong way…