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Galaxy Note 9 fire report is being investigated by Samsung, bringing back terrible memories

7 days ago   |   By Phone Arena

Samsung may have way more to worry about than losing part of the OLED iPhone screen supply business to LG next year, as a recent incident reportedly involving an early Galaxy Note 9 adopter brings back painful memories of a chapter in the company's history previously believed to be closed.
“Just after midnight” on September 3, i.e. a mere ten days after the commercial release of Samsung's latest flagship phone, a real estate agent from Long Island claims her hot new Note 9 randomly caught fire.
An experience suitably described as “traumatic” by the handset's owner, Diane Chung, ...
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Some Galaxy Note 9 Pre-Orders Still Haven't Arrived 3 Weeks Post-Release

Some Galaxy Note 9 Pre-Orders Still Haven't Arrived 3 Weeks Post-Release

7 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

In short: Some Galaxy Note 9 pre-orders still haven't reached their new owners in the United States, with a number of consumers now waiting for their Android flagships for over a month. Several individuals took to the company's official product forums to complain about the development, claiming the firm's customer support service is evasive when questioned about the reasons behind the delay. One customer who placed their Galaxy Note 9 pre-order on August 11 says they keep being given different explanations for the ordeal. All confirmed issues are related to pre-orders placed directly with...
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Woman Sues Samsung Over Exploding Galaxy Note 9

Woman Sues Samsung Over Exploding Galaxy Note 9

7 days ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Diane Chung, a real estate agent based in Long Island, has filed a lawsuit against Samsung claiming that her Galaxy Note 9 caught fire. The ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 damaged Samsung's reputation quite a bit due to its battery defect that resulted in the product being discontinued merely weeks after it was released. Chung claims in her lawsuit that something similar has happened with the Galaxy Note 9.
Court papers reveal the story. Chung was in the elevator of a Bayside building when her new Galaxy Note 9 “became extremely hot,” so she stopped using it and put it inside her bag. She then...
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