The U.S. Department of Transportation’s decision today to remove the requirement for the airlines to make specific pre-boarding notification reflects the exceptionally high rates of participation in the U.S. Note7 Refund and Exchange Program.
By leveraging our digital technology to target each device, we’ve had over 96 percent of Galaxy Note7 phones returned to date.
Together with our wireless carriers, we have taken aggressive action to limit the remaining phones’ ability to work as mobile devices, further enhancing participation in the recall. We thank the Department of Transportation, airlines, airports, our partners and Note7 owners for their patience and support during this time.
Taiwanese tech giant Asus set a new high for the amount of random access memory (RAM) in a smartphone with the Asus Zenfone AR. The phone, which was officially unveiled at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2017), comes with 8 gigabytes (GB) of RAM, the highest ever for a smartphone.
If you’ve been waiting for the king to make a comeback, it’s your lucky day – HMD Global, the company that own the global licensing rights for Nokia’s brand name has officially announced the Nokia 6, their first ever Android-powered smartphone.
Nokia is still a well known brand, specially in the “featured” phone space.
Despite being unintentionally announced a few days before its official reveal, ASUS’ Zenfone AR still took us by surprise. Not because of its project Tango component (we already knew about that) but because of its absolutely mind blowing amount of RAM. Stuffed with 8GB of RAM, it’s currently the only smartphone in the world that has that much RAM inside of it.
Last month, Samsung ended its Galaxy Beta Program for beta builds of Android 7.0 Nougat for both the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Since things are all set for launch, some users are already reporting to have the official update.