- News tagged "galaxy"
Thursday, 29 Sep 2016
Thousands of consumers have already exchanged their Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones, but some have had to exchange their phones twice, due to faulty displays and an overheating problem that rapidly drains power while being charged. We've more updates to this story.
Tuesday, 6 Sep 2016
After 35 reported cases of Samsung's Galaxy Note7 battery exploding while charging, the Korean company has announced that Note7 users here will be able to borrow a replacement phone to tide them over in the interim period.
Monday, 15 Aug 2016
Singtel finally unveils its price plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Check it out here!
StarHub has just revealed its price plans for Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 7. Check them out here!
M1 has now released its price plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Check them out inside!
Wednesday, 10 Aug 2016
Koh Dong-jin, the head of Samsung's mobile business, reportedly said that the company will focus more on smartphones with curved displays in the future.
Sunday, 7 Aug 2016
The Samsung Galaxy Note7 will be available on 20th August 2016 at the recommended retail price of S$1,168 in Black Onyx, Gold Platinum and Silver Titanium. Pre-orders have commenced since 3rd August 2016 with a registration of interest. Full details inside!
Tuesday, 2 Aug 2016
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note7 at Samsung's Unpacked event in New York today. The 5.7-inch device boasts a number of firsts for Samsung: it's the first dual-curved display and IP68 Note device, and it's the first Samsung device with an iris scanner and a USB Type-C port. Intrigued yet?
Friday, 22 Jul 2016
A few weeks back Consumer Reports subjected two Samsung Galaxy S7 Actives to a water immersion test. Unfortunately, both phones failed, displaying problems shortly after being dunked in a water tank. Samsung now says that it has fixed that problem, however it will not be issuing a recall to existing units.
Monday, 11 Jul 2016
Samsung's new Galaxy S7 Active has failed two water-resistance tests conducted by website Consumer Reports. The tests, which submerged two S7 Actives into a tank of water resulted in a dead screen in one phone and water entering the camera lenses and SIM card slot of the other.