Galaxy Note 7—you know, the phone with those batteries that had the unfortunate tendency to explode. Seriously. 

Even while news broke this morning that the phone maker will soon issue a software update to kill the last remaining Note 7s out in the wild, mostly in the company's native South Korea, Samsung is doubling down on its failure. The company announced in a statement today it will look to sell refurbished models of the Note 7 in the near future. 

The new life for the Note 7 phones comes as part of a three-pronged sustainability campaign, which Samsung rolled out after pressure from environmentalists to publicly address how the estimated 4.3 million recalled phones would be put to use. Read more...

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Samsung is never really going to let the Galaxy Note 7 die

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Samsung still isn’t ready to give up the ghost of the Galaxy Note 7—you know, the phone with those batteries that had the unfortunate tendency to explode. Seriously. 

Even while news broke this morning that the phone maker will soon issue a software update to kill the last remaining Note 7s out in the wild, mostly in the company’s native South Korea, Samsung is doubling down on its failure. The company announced in a statement today it will look to sell refurbished models of the Note 7 in the near future. 

The new life for the Note 7 phones comes as part of a three-pronged sustainability campaign, which Samsung rolled out after pressure from environmentalists to publicly address how the estimated 4.3 million recalled phones would be put to use. Read more…

More about Recycling, Refurbished Phones, Samsung Galaxy Note7, Tech, and Mobile

Galaxy Note 7—you know, the phone with those batteries that had the unfortunate tendency to explode. Seriously. 

Even while news broke this morning that the phone maker will soon issue a software update to kill the last remaining Note 7s out in the wild, mostly in the company's native South Korea, Samsung is doubling down on its failure. The company announced in a statement today it will look to sell refurbished models of the Note 7 in the near future. 

The new life for the Note 7 phones comes as part of a three-pronged sustainability campaign, which Samsung rolled out after pressure from environmentalists to publicly address how the estimated 4.3 million recalled phones would be put to use. Read more...

More about Recycling, Refurbished Phones, Samsung Galaxy Note7, Tech, and Mobile'>
, ,

Samsung is never really going to let the Galaxy Note 7 die

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Samsung still isn’t ready to give up the ghost of the Galaxy Note 7—you know, the phone with those batteries that had the unfortunate tendency to explode. Seriously. 

Even while news broke this morning that the phone maker will soon issue a software update to kill the last remaining Note 7s out in the wild, mostly in the company’s native South Korea, Samsung is doubling down on its failure. The company announced in a statement today it will look to sell refurbished models of the Note 7 in the near future. 

The new life for the Note 7 phones comes as part of a three-pronged sustainability campaign, which Samsung rolled out after pressure from environmentalists to publicly address how the estimated 4.3 million recalled phones would be put to use. Read more…

More about Recycling, Refurbished Phones, Samsung Galaxy Note7, Tech, and Mobile

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