So Samsung have issued a worldwide recall of the extremely flammable Galaxy Note 7 smartphones. Where does the tech giant go from here in terms of making phones in the future?Read More
When does a phone stop becoming a phone and wander into tablet PC territory? It's a question likely to be at the forefront of the collective tech worlds' mind tonight, as Samsung unveiled the successor to the massive Galaxy Note.
Given the hugely positive reception and the unbridled success of the Galaxy S II, which had accumulated 20 million units sold by February 2012, the S III fire has been burning brightly for quite some time now. In the past few months, we’ve seen mock-ups of the smartphone’s ‘final’ design – usually replete with some monstrously-large gleaming screen (the Galaxy Note?) and little to no buttons of any kind – allowed ourselves to become overly-excited by the round of rumours circulating the inter-tubes, and even seen what many considered to be the finalised spec sheet. Now, we have a set-in-stone date for it to be unveiled to the public.