Samsung has its hands full with the Galaxy Note 7 recall, but new reports show replaced units catching fire and doing more damage than original ones. Just this week, there have been four incidents involving Galaxy Note 7 phones, but Samsung stated that it isn’t sure that the units belonged to the batch of replaced Note 7 smartphones.
Nevertheless, an investigation is currently underway and more will be revealed once the CPSC issues a report. Meanwhile, Samsung is working hard on its upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S8, in an attempt to put the whole Note 7 recall behind it.
Samsung will reportedly release the Galaxy S8 on February 26, during MWC 2017 in Barcelona, according to leakster @Ricciolo1. This time around, the company will be focusing on taking all precautionary me… (read more)
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