If the image to be believed, Samsung's latest flagship device will be sporting a 3,500mAh battery after all.
The Galaxy Note 7 was subject to several malfunctions that can be tied to this manufacturing issue.
Despite all the issues with the Galaxy Note 7, the company perseveres.
The information should be coming 'soon," according to Samsung.
You'd probably better go ahead and turn yours in.
Someone set us up the bomb.
This type of mistake requires a pretty big eraser...or at least attempts to fudge it.
At least in New Zealand.
If you decide to pick up a new phone from another brand, Samsung will only offer you a $25 credit.
Sometimes dead is better.
Like the sequel to The Hunger Games, Samsung is giving customers more of the same.
Samsung's phablet roll out continues to be an unmitigated disaster.