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Samsung India will launch 4G phones, expects to gain market share

21 October 2016

With Samsung still reeling from the PR disaster that was the Galaxy Note 7, we're starting to see rumblings that Samsung may abandon the Note brand altogether. As part of the global recall, Samsung explained that faulty lithium-ion batteries were overheating, causing the devices to ignite.

And then, it's the suspicious case of Wesley Hartzog from SC who claims that his garage caught fire exactly when the Note 7 was charging inside, so he blames the phone for all damages.

Testing phone batteries has been on the spotlight in the US since the battery issue with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 started where phone batteries exploded and the company announced a recall on the unit.

Given the recent downturn in the company's reputation due to the exploding batteries of the Galaxy Note 7, the launch of the new smartwatch is expected to help in its recovery. According to a report by The Guardian, three phone owners are not happy how the Korean company is treating them and have described it as "seriously underprepared".

Verizon has similarly been providing loaner phones, though the carrier isn't offering high-end options for those waiting, instead recommending users reactivate older phones while they wait for their new device. Many predict that Samsung will use Gear S3 to establish a connection between their smartwatch and a Gear VR headset for in-app control.

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Officials said the states sought more time to study the impact of the compensation formula and its impact on their exchequer. Jaitley said the Council would meet next on November 3-4.

We are trying to get in touch with both LG and Samsung, we shall update you more about this soon.

Samsung's Note 7 woes are hitting back again and again in one form or another. Travelling on flights with a Note 7 is already restricted in most countries, with U.S. going a step further and labeling it a Federal crime with a penalty of $179,933 and up to ten years in jail.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 has had its rough days as it was being reported to be an explosive hazard.

After the tragic happenings surrounding Samsung, there is high anticipation for the new installment of Galaxy Note.