- News tagged "galaxy"
Wednesday, 9 Nov 2016
Multiple sources told The Investor that Samsung would be testing the Galaxy S8 smartphone in January and the launch could be in March.
Wednesday, 26 Oct 2016
Samsung's Galaxy Note7 exchange program starts today at 5PM. Note7 customers (regardless of where they purchased their Note7) will be able to exchange their Note7 for a Galaxy S7 Edge + S$250 or opt for a full refund of S$1,168. Full details on how to get your exchange/refund inside.
Sunday, 23 Oct 2016
Here's how much money you're getting back for your Galaxy Note7 and official Note7 accessories.
Samsung Singapore has announced details on how Galaxy Note7 customers can exchange or refund their device. Full info inside.
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.
Tuesday, 11 Oct 2016
After prolonged issues with defective batteries and units catching fire, Samsung has just announced that it will be ending production of its Galaxy Note7 smartphone.
Samsung Electronics Singapore has responded to the recent problems surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note7 (both original and returned units) and says that a "remedy will be shared very soon". More info inside.
Monday, 10 Oct 2016
South Korean news agency Yonhap is reporting that Samsung has temporarily suspended production of its Galaxy Note7 smartphone. According to Yonhap's source, the suspension is being done in coordination with safety officials in South Korea, the United States and China.
Saturday, 8 Oct 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.
Thursday, 6 Oct 2016
Samsung announced the launch of the affordable Galaxy J7 Prime smartphone and the Galaxy Tab A (2016, 7.0”) Wi-Fi tablet in Singapore today. The J7 Prime is a 5.5-inch smartphone powered by Samsung's octa-core Exynos 7870, while the Tab A 2016 is a 7-inch tablet powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410.