Samsung relapse its faulty batteries in Samsung Galaxy Note 9? According to newswire NewYork Post, a Long Island woman Diane Chung took Samsung to the court after her Samsung Galaxy Note 9 spontaneously combusted inside a Long Island woman’s purse. The first target of the lawsuit is to clarify her damage in this incident. Diane Chung said in her lawsuit she was using the new handset on September 3 when it suddenly became "extremely hot," and then she stopped using the phone and placed it in her purse but soon heard "a whistling and screeching sound, and she noticed thick smoke" pouring from her purse. Chung had to remove the phone by emptying her purse onto an elevator floor, but the fire didn't stop until a passerby picked up the handset with a cloth and placed it into a bucket of water. The regret incident happened in the context Samsung CEO Koh Dong-jin affirmed that the battery in the Galaxy Note 9 is safer than ever. Users do not have to worry about the batteries anymore. … [Read more...] about Samsung relapse its faulty batteries in Samsung Galaxy Note 9?
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We're here on the floor at the Samsung Galaxy S III launch and we've just managed to get some alone time with the unit to get some benchmarks. Now, let's stress that the handset is a pre-production model, so we can't take these as gospel truth, but it's a good indication of how powerful that Quad-Core Exynos really is. The only thing that isn't working is SunSpider, since our results just didn't tally with the other tests available, so hopefully it's just a quirk. Head on past the break for a dose of nitty and a sprinkling of gritty. Samsung Galaxy S III HTC One X (AT&T) HTC One X (global) HTC One S (global) Samsung Galaxy Note (global) Quadrant (v2) 5,189 5183 4,906 5,053 3,854 Linpack single-thread (MFLOPS) 51.337 103.77 48.54 103.88 64.3 Linpack multi-thread (MFLOPS) 101.606 214.53 150.54 222.22 95.66 NenaMark2 (fps) 58.8 58.7 47.6 61.0 32.8 NenaMark1 (fps) 59.8 58.6 59.5 60.8 56.6 Vellamo 2094 2350 1,617 2,452 901 SunSpider 9.1 (ms, lower numbers are … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S III gets benchmarked, shows plenty of promise
The last we heard, Samsung's Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 was in pre-order limbo at Office Depot. Now we have official word that the slate will launch at that outlet -- and also at Amazon, Best Buy, Tiger Direct and others -- on May 13th. As expected, the 16GB WiFi version will go for $400, and if you've followed our coverage, you'll know it's a solid dual-core slate that nonetheless doesn't make huge spec improvements over the original Tab 10.1 (barring that Ice Cream Sandwich OS, of course). The Galaxy Player 4.2 will also make its debut this Sunday, for an asking price of $200. Android-loving moms: rejoice. Key highlights include Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Control, Watch and Share Your TV Content · The perfect TV companion, use your Tab as a universal remote, multitask on the web while watching and wirelessly stream the live feed from your TV to your Tab. Your Movies, Videos and Games Will Come Alive · Everything's more exciting on a bigger screen. Browse the web, explore … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy Player 4.2 come stateside on May 13th
LTE data speeds on the iPhone 5 will slaughter the 3G speeds you got on the iPhone 4S. CNET tests the handsets with the Samsung Galaxy S3 to show you how much better. Early reviewers of the iPhone 5 have already praised the big jump in data speeds from the iPhone 4S. Indeed, CNET's Scott Stein called the new data speeds "stunningly fast" in his iPhone 5 review earlier this week. In his testing, AT&T's LTE network was even faster than his home Wi-Fi. … [Read more...] about Data speeds: iPhone 5 vs. Samsung Galaxy S3 vs. iPhone 4S
When we review a second-generation product there are certain things we tend to take for granted: this new thing, whatever it is, will be thinner, faster, longer-lasting, maybe even with more bells and whistles in tow. With Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1, though, it's a little less obvious why its sequel is here. It offers near-identical specs, including a 10-inch, 1280 x 800 PLS display, dual-core 1GHz chip, 1GB of RAM and a minimum of 16GB of internal storage. What's more, this generation is slightly thicker and heavier, and sheds the LED flash that used to sit on the back side. But there's one detail we haven't mentioned yet: in addition to softening the specs, Samsung dropped the price by about hundred bucks, so that it now starts at $400. Clearly, then, the 10.1 has evolved into a mid-range tablet, whereas it used to be the best Samsung had to offer. That's good news for penny-pinching shoppers, but Samsung has a bit of a problem on its hands: it's jumping out of the frying pan and … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 review