Samsung will reportedly resume Galaxy Note 7 sales on October 21st

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…


In the fallout of the Galaxy Note 7, a Coral Blue Galaxy S7 Edge seems to be on the way

There’s a lot that’s unique about the Galaxy Note 7, including the new Coral Blue color option. This color was first introduced on the Galaxy Note 7, but with that device going off the market this week, the color dies with it. However, it looks like Samsung may be working on introducing a new Coral Blue Galaxy S7 Edge.


Leaked Galaxy Unpacked invite points to Galaxy Note 7/Edge announcement on August 2nd

A number of leaks and renders in the past few weeks have revealed a great deal about Samsung’s next generation phablet. Now, a leaked invitation (via SamMobile) points to a Galaxy Unpacked event on August 2nd and alludes to a Galaxy Note 7, as well as an Edge variant.


Following airline fire, Sprint now allowing Note 7 owners to swap replacement model [Updated]


Following a ‘safe’ Note 7 fire on board an airliner, Sprint has told Re/code that it will allow any owner to return replacement models outside of the standard return window. Owners will be able to swap them out for a different device.

If a Sprint customer with a replacement Note 7 has any concerns regarding their device, we will exchange it for any other device at any Sprint retail store during the investigation window

The terms are more generous than those currently offered by other carriers …


Samsung goes official with Note 7 recall, feds urging customers to stop using devices

Samsung’s recall of the Galaxy Note 7 started off as something relatively minor, but over the past several days, things have continued to escalate. With more reports of exploding devices every day and customers still not knowing about the recall, Samsung came under fire (pun intended) about how it had handled the recall. Now, the company has responded by making things official…


Samsung projects record earnings despite Note 7, while LG continues decline due to mobile

Despite the bad publicity and ensuing mass recall caused by the Note 7 exploding, Samsung is projecting a record profit in its guidance for Q4 2016 earnings. This is in stark contrast to LG Electronics which is on track to report its first quarterly operating loss in six years.


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Samsung said to introduce two new non-Galaxy S ‘bendable’ flagships in 2017, Galaxy Note 7 name seemingly confirmed

Now that the “Smartphone 1.0” era is apparently coming to an end, manufacturers are rolling up their sleeves to try and figure out what comes next. Google is betting big with its Project Ara modular smartphone, but other OEMs, like Samsung, are taking a different path.

A report from Bloomberg is saying that the Korean giant may be working on two experimental devices with rollable and foldable screens, which may see the light of day as early as next year…