2.5 million phones being returned
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall sounds like one of the biggest in the last few years and it looks like the company has to recover as many as 2.5 million phones from its customers. This is likely to cost Samsung close to a billion dollars and it will eat up any potential profits it was making from these phones.
Company stops selling and gears up for a recall
The Tame Apple Press has been delivered an early Christmas present as its rival Samsung stops selling its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after reports some of their batteries exploded while being charged.
Still no word on availability date
Samsung has unveiled its Gear S3 smartwatch at IFA 2016 event and today we have some information regarding the price, at least in Europe.
Backing up its hardware
Samsung is finally getting around to backing up its 2016 UHD and HDR TV range by signing deals with European content providers.
Wants to get the inside trouser measurement of the market
Samsung’s adding tailor-made features to its large-screen Galaxy Note 7 are causing the phone to be a sensation in China.
But not until at least 2018
It is starting to look like the rumors that Intel is going to start making Apple’s mobile chip are actually true – despite a lack of official confirmation from anyone.
1800R and 1500R curvature, 125 percent of sRGB color spectrum
On Monday, Samsung announced three additions to its PC display panel lineup featuring the first Quantum Dot materials that the company has ever applied outside of its TV lineup.
Two years away now
Samsung has put the brakes on its release of GDDR6 memory.
Shipping in Q4, Note 7 supports it
Qualcomm has been very vocal about 4x4 LTE MIMO and its support for this standard. Samsung is preparing to start shipping its LTE infrastructure in Q4 16 and we also learned that the Galaxy Note 7 also supports 4x4 LTE MIMO.