Samsung Finally Apologizes For Its Explosive Note 7

Must Read

NASS Reacts To Presidency’s Comment On NSIP

The leadership of the National Assembly has debunked claims that it labelled the National Social Investment Programmes by the...

COVID-19: Lagos Govt Denies Relaxing Lockdown For Easter Celebration

The Lagos State Government has come out to deny claims that it has relaxed the lockdown order in the...

COVID-19: FG Will Provide Insurance Cover For Health Workers – Finance minister

The Federal government has revealed plans to insure all the front-line health workers battling to keep Nigerians safe from...

Coronavirus: Lockdown Order Still In Force, IGP Tell Nigerians

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu has directed the Commissioners of Police in States where the social restriction orders...

107-Year-Old Woman Becomes World’s Oldest Person To Survive COVID-19

A 107-year-old Dutch woman, Cornelia Ras has recovered from the novel coronavirus to beat the record earlier held by...

Samsung has finally apologized to its customers for the disaster that was the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The apology is long due but we’re guessing it’s better late than never for the tech company which saw its latest flagship, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 become a piece of explosive hardware.

Samsung eventually halted the production of the device after initially claiming the explosions were caused by faulty batteries. The first round of recall of the faulty devices and their replacement did not help matters as the replacement devices also exploded.

Samsung has finally apologized for the Note7 smartphone fiasco with full-page ads in Monday’s paper editions of three major U.S. newspapers: The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post.

Samsung Note 7

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -