As replacement Galaxy Note 7 units become available in the US, UK, and Korea, this is how you can identify them


Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 has moved from being a reliable source of income for the Korean handset maker to being a potentially hugely expensive mistake, both in terms of actually financial cost and public relations, resulting in the tainting of the Galaxy moniker, a noticeable drop in Samsung’s share price, and the US President of Samsung making a public apology for the recall. It’s been almost 3 weeks since the drama began, and good to its word, Samsung has begun the slow process of replacing Galaxy Note 7 units in the US, the UK, and South Korea. Join us after the break for more details on the Galaxy Note 7 Exchange Program and how the new, safe version can be identified.¬† Read more

Samsung’s US President and COO releases an apology for the Galaxy Note 7


You’re probably tired of hearing about the Galaxy Note 7 recall, but it’s still the hottest (pun definitely intended) issue with Android right now. At this point, we’re just waiting for replacement devices to roll in and for Samsung to get everyone swapped out to put this to bed once and for all, which might happen sooner rather than later when people start noticing their Note 7 batteries are getting gimped via an update. Read more

Replacement Galaxy Note 7 devices to come with a green battery icon to show they are safe


It’s common knowledge now regarding Samsung’s battery cell issues on its Galaxy Note 7, and the word “explosion” will be attached to internet search results for years to come. However, the South Korean company is taking a lot of steps now to remedy this issue and try to preserve its place as one of the most successful smartphone manufacturers and the¬†reputation of its Galaxy smartphone line. One such step looks to be coming in the form of a rather subtle change: the color of the battery icon.

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