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Not all returns will get users a new Pixel XL — it's been reported that the UK and Australia are getting back 6P units. But it's some solace.
US airlines are no longer required they warn their passengers of Galaxy Note 7 restrictions, as 96 percent of faulty phones are now out of circulation.
Samsung is having trouble wrapping up the Galaxy Note 7 recall program in its own homeland of Korea, where people just won't return the fickle phablet.
Samsung has managed to take a whole lot of hazardous Galaxy Note 7 devices off the US streets, though plenty still remain in circulation.
Samsung is finally stepping up its efforts to get all Galaxy Note 7 units off the streets of at least New Zealand.
Research firm IDC claims it doesn't know. It surveyed 1,082 consumers, 24 of which owned a Galaxy Note 7. 12 said they went to Apple.
Samsung's retention rates might be higher than expected on the heels of the double Galaxy Note 7 recall, at least on a couple of US carriers.
Willing not only to exchange your Galaxy Note 7 with a GS7, but also embrace the S8 or Note 8 as soon as they're out? Here's a massive incentive.
Some of them are switching away from Samsung, either to Apple's iPhone or to another Android phone maker... like Google and its Pixel.
Willing to give Samsung a third chance after two Galaxy Note 7 recalls stateside, and go back to the S7? Here's $100 in bill credit.
In case there was still any lingering doubt, the US CPSC has just crushed it - new and old Galaxy Note 7 units are officially recalled.
Samsung needs a little more time to find out what caused all those Galaxy Note 7 fires, offering small gifts to customers in its homeland already.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is officially toast for good, following one too many fire reports, recall fumbles and explosion scandals.
Oculus takes pride in putting customer safety first, removing support for all Galaxy Note 7 devices on the Gear VR headset.
With long-term brand damage still impossible to evaluate, Samsung has every reason to worry for the near future as far as Galaxy Note 7 losses go.
For the second time, sales of the Galaxy Note 7 will stop. Samsung has struggled with a week of further explosions thanks to the device's battery.
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon are offering another phone for anyone with a Galaxy Note 7 — regardless of whether it's recalled.
Is the Galaxy Note 7 toast? DOA? Done for good? Officially, not yet, but a second global recall seems more and more likely.
AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon have actually followed Sprint's lead in offering any phone in exchange for your Galaxy Note 7 after fresh news of malfunctions.
This Note 7 would replace a replacement Note 7 that replaced a recalled Note 7 over battery explosion concerns. The replacement had overheating issues.
Half of the one million dangerous Galaxy Note 7 copies sold stateside have been exchanged to date, as Samsung guns for a November global sales reboot.
The deadline to file for a full refund for a recalled Galaxy Note 7 was on Monday. Customers was old Note 7 phones can now only change up to a new one.
Pretty well as about 70 percent of all sold units are registered for an exchange. Sales of new Note 7 units will start in the middle of October.