Samsung has already updated the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge to Android 7.0 Nougat, but there are more devices out there that would benefit from the latest version of the mobile operating system.
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The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to arrive soon, and, as such, rumors should start picking up steam.
While Verizon Wireless wasn’t all that quick to jump on a software update that would disable Galaxy Note 7s in the wild during the holidays, the Big Red carrier is definitely buckling down now.
Samsung is reportedly set to reveal the details of its Galaxy Note 7 investigation next week on January 23rd, but key details from the final report of the investigation have already been leaked. While the blame was initially put on faulty batteries supplied to the company by Samsung SDI, the detailed investigation paints a different picture.
Rumors had suggested Samsung would be getting rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack from its upcoming flagship smartphone.
A new report suggests that Samsung is finally ready to launch its first foldable smartphone in the third quarter of this year. Dubbed Galaxy X, foldable smartphones have existed in Samsung’s laboratories since the last few years. The company has also being showing prototype foldable smartphone at trade shows in recent years.
Samsung today announced that over 96 percent of the Galaxy Note 7 units sold to the public across the world have been returned to it. The company notes that it has taken aggressive actions like completely disabling phone calling functionality by rolling out a software update for the phone by working closely with carriers. By limiting the functionality of the phone, Samsung left users who were still using the Note 7 as their primary device with no other option but to return it to the company.
While we have heard quite a bit about the Samsung Galaxy S8 at this point, the device has not leaked in pictures or renders yet. That changes today with a leaked image originating from China that purportedly gives us the first look at Samsung’s next flagship handset.