Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Fans Are Staying Loyal As Ever

Now that the Samsung Galaxy S8 duo is finally out, many folks are wondering how the Note series fate would be. Well, this is expected following the whole life-threatening-ticking-time-bomb Note 7 device. The Seoul-based smartphone manufacturer was determined to right its wrongs and that was evident in its stunning Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ devices. Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Fans Are Staying Loyal As Ever[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Aims To Make You Forget Note 7

If you put aside its explosive tendencies, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is a pretty amazing device. That was probably one of the main reasons why Samsung had to keep pushing folks to return te device when the recall was issued – owners were simply too in love and couldn’t let go of it! However, Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Aims To Make You Forget Note 7[…]

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 Proves Note 7 Didn’t Damage Its Image

Last year, the Samsung brand was repeatedly under fire – quite literally, most times. The company’s executives were dragged to court and even ended up being jailed but that wasn’t what damaged the company’s image in the eyes of most buyers. It was the Galaxy Note 7 that tarnished its image and resulted in Samsung Read more about Samsung’s Galaxy S8 Proves Note 7 Didn’t Damage Its Image[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Can You Feel The Heat?

Looks like Samsung isn’t free from its explosive devices. Just as it begins executing damage control, another Samsung device has exploded causing a tragic accident. And this time, it’s not the infamous Note 7 or even the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge devices. Surprisingly, the device involved in this latest incident is a Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Can You Feel The Heat?[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Hides Under New Identity

Just last month, we heard of the rumor that Samsung was planning to refurbish the Galaxy Note 7 with a lower capacity battery and market it to less affluent markets like Vietnam and India. The rumor was quickly shut down by Samsung India but now, we have another bit of info on the fate of Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Hides Under New Identity[…]

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Wants To Justify For Note 7 Mistakes

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 turned out to be a ticking time bomb and so it was quickly recalled; however, that left many folks disappointed as this meant they were losing their smartphone and the S Pen that came with it. But now, it looks like Samsung wants to make it up to the ex-Note Read more about Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Wants To Justify For Note 7 Mistakes[…]

Samsung Galaxy S8 Sports Same Battery Capacity As Note 7

Samsung will be opting for the 3,000 and 3,500 mAh batteries for the two variants of its upcoming flagship, according to The Investor. The smaller version will be sporting the smaller unit while the larger Galaxy S8 will be fitted with the 3,500 mAh, just like the infamous Note 7. This bit of information is Read more about Samsung Galaxy S8 Sports Same Battery Capacity As Note 7[…]

The Galaxy Note 4 Proves That Samsung Has Gotten Worse

After the withdrawal of the infamous Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from the market, the Galaxy Note 4 shoot up to fame as the most beloved phablet fans all over the world. Despite being over two years of age, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is still generating plenty of buzz. Many folks have claimed that the Read more about The Galaxy Note 4 Proves That Samsung Has Gotten Worse[…]

Samsung Galaxy S8 Seeks Redemption With Japanese-Made Batteries

Due to the whole Galaxy Note 7 flaming affair, most people can’t help but be skeptical about the Galaxy S8’s battery. Samsung realizes this and so it has employed some changes in terms of its batteries for the upcoming flagship. An industry source claims that Samsung will be acquiring a percentage of batteries from the Read more about Samsung Galaxy S8 Seeks Redemption With Japanese-Made Batteries[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Users Seeing Pink Line Of Death

Although Samsung recently acknowledged its fault in the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, it looks like the company’s nightmare hasn’t ended. Phone Arena reports that users of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge have been complaining about a vertical pink line appearing on their device’s display. Samsung has yet to acknowledge this as a widespread issue but Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Users Seeing Pink Line Of Death[…]

Can You Ever Trust Samsung Again?

The official reason behind the explosive Note 7 has finally been revealed, confirming many speculations. It appears that when building the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung had used many different part manufacturers for the different components in the device. The company had employed two different builders to construct the battery and it seems that both of Read more about Can You Ever Trust Samsung Again?[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Some Things Have No Hope

Following the mess Galaxy Note 7 erupted after its debut back in 2016, folks are divided on the future of the Note series with half of them believing that the Note 8 will be launched while the other half aren’t expecting to see the Note sequel. The hopeful half stand firm that Samsung will carry Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Some Things Have No Hope[…]

Samsung Galaxy S5: Another Note 7 Case?

Here we are almost a month into the new year and we are still being slapped with news of yet another Samsung device exploding. This time it is a Samsung Galaxy S5. According to CBC, Mario Jakab, a man from Toronto, was rudely awaken by “massive flames shooting out the sides” of his Samsung Galaxy Read more about Samsung Galaxy S5: Another Note 7 Case?[…]

Samsung Galaxy S8 Can’t Shake Off Galaxy Note 7 Pain

Despite the whole Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, Samsung’s sales still remain pretty sturdy. The last time the Seoul-based manufacturer was at risk of losing its top spot among Android manufacturers was back in 2014. However, Samsung could be facing a decline following the Note 7 issue as some folks may be staying on the safe Read more about Samsung Galaxy S8 Can’t Shake Off Galaxy Note 7 Pain[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Finally, Good News!

Samsung has once again begin selling Note 7 in South Korea, after the recent recall. The company recently showcased the device across several regions of South Korea and has came up with a green battery indicator that will help users to differentiate the defective model from the safe one. Samsung has sold over 30,000 units Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Finally, Good News![…]