- News tagged "samsung"
Friday, 21 Oct 2016
Samsung may be considering a new compensation program for Galaxy Note7 users where they can get discounts for a future purchase of the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy Note8.
Wednesday, 19 Oct 2016
The New York Times reports that Samsung tried to bribe a Galaxy Note7 user in China to keep a video of his exploding phone private.
The Korea Herald reports that Samsung is considering to release only one flagship smartphone annually to ensure product quality.
Tuesday, 18 Oct 2016
Samsung just updated its Galaxy TabPro S 2-in-1 hybrid with better hardware and a new coat of paint. The Galaxy TabPro S now features 8GB of RAM, a larger 256GB SSD, and a slick gold finish.
Samsung has announced that it is the first company to begin mass production of an SoC based on a 10nm FinFET process, ahead of players like Intel and TSMC. Devices featuring the new SoCs are expected as soon as early 2017.
Lingering questions over the Galaxy Note7 have forced the South Korean government to step in and conduct its own investigations.
With the Samsung Galaxy Note7 no longer in production, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo estimates that consumers will choose to purchase a smartphone from Apple and Huawei.
Monday, 17 Oct 2016
Following an earlier ban on the Note7 on most aircraft carriers, the US Federal Aviation Administration has now stepped up the severity of the offense by making it a federal crime to fly with the device.
Sunday, 16 Oct 2016
This could be the real reason behind Samsung's decision to end production of the Galaxy Note7.
Saturday, 15 Oct 2016
The Federal Aviation Administration, which is the U.S air safety authority, has issued a warning to passengers about using the Galaxy Note7 on planes. Following the initial warnings, they now have an updated notice.