Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Is Google's Pixel a bigger threat to Samsung than exploding batteries?

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Is Google's Pixel phone a bigger threat to Samsung than exploding batteries?

Samsung continues to experience problems with Galaxy Note7 batteries overheating, but Google's grand re-entrance into the smartphone market could be a bigger problem.

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