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Samsung Galaxy S8 Is the Reason Many Flagships Won't Pack Snapdragon 835 CPUs

samsung galaxy s8 is the reason many flagships won't pack snapdragon 835 cpus
Some of you probably know by now that HTC's new U Ultra flagship won't pack Qualcomm's newest Snapdragon 835 chipset inside. Instead, the Taiwanese handset maker has decided to include the current..
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The LG G6 specs are unlikely to match the Samsung Galaxy S8


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News video: So What Happened With Those Samsung Note 7 Batteries?

So What Happened With Those Samsung Note 7 Batteries? 00:43

Five months after releasing the doomed Galaxy Note 7 to much fanfare, Samsung revealed what caused its flagship device to go boom not once, but twice. This was Samsung fulfilling its promise to explain..
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News video: Lithium Batteries Responsible For Samsung Note 7 Explosions

Lithium Batteries Responsible For Samsung Note 7 Explosions 00:51

WASHINGTON -- It was overheating Samsung Galaxy Note 7 incidents that prompted a worldwide recall and months-long investigation by 700 Samsung engineers. Over 200,000 devices and more than 30,000..
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News video: Samsung Profit More Than Doubles on Chip Sales

Samsung Profit More Than Doubles on Chip Sales 03:00

Jan.23 -- Samsung's profit more than doubled in the last three months of 2016 on robust semiconductor sales and a recovery in its mobile business, giving it enough stamina to buy back 9.3 trillion won..
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News video: What Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 battery fire means for future phones?

What Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 battery fire means for future phones? 02:12

CNET's Jessica Dolcourt explains what went wrong with the batteries in the Note 7 and what to expect from future phones like the rumored Galaxy S8.
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News video: Design Flaw Appears To Blame For Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Fires

Design Flaw Appears To Blame For Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Fires 01:52

Jim Donovan reports.
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Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 8 despite Galaxy Note 7 fiasco

Samsung has finally revealed what caused the entire Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, but if you thought that was the end of the Galaxy Note lineup, you are mistaken. In an interview, Samsung mobile chief Koh..
BGR India

Samsung Starts Testing the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 edge

samsung starts testing the galaxy s8 and galaxy s8 edge
Great news for Samsung fans who are anxious to get their hands on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 edge flagships, as the South Korean company has already started to test the smartphones. In fact, we..
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Samsung launches Galaxy Note5 in Delhi

New Delhi, Sept 8 (ANI): Mobile giant Samsung Electronics recently launched Galaxy Note5 in India sticking to their commitment to the big screen smartphone market, which Samsung pioneered in 2011 with..
ANI News

Samsung finally put the Note7 scandal to rest—here's what it could do for their future

We may never know why Samsung’s battery manufacturing partners made a handful of critical errors that led dozens of (the once widely-praised) Galaxy Note7 smartphones to overheat, and/or burst into..
Mashable

Samsung blames Galaxy Note 7 fires on faulty batteriesW/LLL

samsung blames galaxy note 7 fires on faulty batteriesw/lll
Seoul (AFP) Jan 23, 2017 The world's biggest smartphone maker Samsung blamed faulty batteries on Monday for the fires that hit its flagship Galaxy Note 7 device last year, as it sought to draw a..
Energy Daily

Samsung Explains Note7 Failure, Promises to Do Better

samsung explains note7 failure, promises to do better
Samsung has announced new quality assurance protocols to ensure that it won't have a repeat of the catastrophic issues that plagued its Galaxy Note7 handsets. The company last fall issued a universal..
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Android 7.0 Nougat for Samsung Galaxy S6 Gets Certified, Rollout Commencing Soon

android 7.0 nougat for samsung galaxy s6 gets certified, rollout commencing soon
Samsung has already confirmed Android 7.0 Nougat update for a couple of Galaxy smartphones and tablet. The Galaxy S6 family is among those devices that should be upgraded to Nougat sometime in the..
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Don’t live on the edge: Protect, style your Galaxy S6 Edge with these 23 great cases

don’t live on the edge: protect, style your galaxy s6 edge with these 23 great cases
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge might be a last-gen smartphone, but it's still a beaut that deserves some additional protection. Thankfully, these 23 provide exactly that, along with a welcome touch of..
Digital Trends

Samsung Galaxy S8: What We Know

Samsung's Galaxy S8 will be one of this year's hottest phones. Here's everything we know so far.
PCMag.com

Samsung Galaxy S8 to Be Announced on March 29 – Rumor

samsung galaxy s8 to be announced on march 29 – rumor
Shortly after announcing the results of the Galaxy Note 7 investigations, Samsung confirmed that its next flagship smartphone won't be unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017. So, those of us who..
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Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Display Affected by “Pink Line” Issue

samsung galaxy s7 edge display affected by “pink line” issue
It's been less than a day since Samsung announced the cause of the Galaxy Note 7 explosions, which, ultimately, led to the phablet's demise. The South Korean company kicked off a couple of exchange..
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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 news and rumors

samsung galaxy note 8 news and rumors
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was a PR nightmare, but that doesn't mean Samsung is giving up on the note lineup altogether. Here's everything we know about the rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 8 so far.
Digital Trends

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Fires Caused by Design, Manufacturing Flaws

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fires were caused by design and manufacturing issues with the phones' batteries, according to an investigation into the matter.
Newsmax

Samsung pushes back Galaxy S8 release, promises a 'very innovative' Note 8

Now that the results of its investigation into the Galaxy Note7 fires has been
ITworld Also reported by •PC World

Samsung will keep using the Galaxy Note brand

Now that Samsung has pinpointed the suspected causes of the Galaxy Note 7's battery fires, there's one question on many people's minds: will the Galaxy Note brand carry on, or is it tarnished forever?..
engadget Also reported by •TUAW

3 ways the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fire may change the Galaxy S8


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Samsung's Galaxy S8 delayed because of battery problems

samsung's galaxy s8 delayed because of battery problems
Samsung mobile chief Koh Dong-jin confirmed the phone would not get a launch event at the MWC event in Barcelona, which begins on Feb. 27, unlike the previous Galaxy S smartphones.
MailOnline

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 explanation didn't go far enough (SSNLF)

samsung's galaxy note 7 explanation didn't go far enough (ssnlf)
After a months-long investigation, we finally have have the official cause for Samsung's exploding Galaxy Note 7 debacle. Samsung issued a report on its findings Sunday night. Long story short, two..
Business Insider


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