How to tell the difference between a good Note 7 and a defective one
What's good, Bryan Tong here with your Googlicious for everything inside the world of Google.
And let's start up by catching you up on the latest Galaxy Note 7 development.
Now according to a VentureBeat report and a carrier document, the Galaxy Note 7 is expected to resume being on sale
In the United States on October the 21st.
Now that's a full month after they begin sending out replacement phones.
Samsung will start selling the Note 7 in South Korea on September the 28th.
But it's still not clear when sales will start back up in other regions.
Now, Samsung has officially announced.
How consumers will be able to tell the difference between the older Note7 that risk of exploding and the new batch once it's start rolling out.
A new green battery icon through software will be visible in three places on the new Note7.
One is on the status bar, be always on display screen, and the third the power off front screen.
Now black square symbol will also appear on the label of the packaging to indicate this as a new Note7.
Plus- You can still use Samsung's IMEI or serial number tool through their website.
Now we also wanted to make a correction that last week, the boy that was reportedly burned by a Note 7, was actually burned by a Samsung Core Prime and not a Note 7.
The updated information happened after we already posted the show, so we wanted to clear that up.
Also, a new report by Bloomberg now claims Samsung rushed the Note 7 launch.
To take advantage of rumors of a Dull iPhone in hopes of capitalizing for themselves.
It's not one of the biggest setbacks and blunders the Korean giant has ever seen.
The report says the top brass of Samsung, including Phone Chief D.J. Koh, decided to accelerate the launch of the Note7.
They pushed the pliers to meet tighter deadlines.
Despite adding multiple flagship features like their edge-wrapping screen, iris recognition and more powerful and faster charging battery.
The Samsung isn't just a phone company.
They are literally woven int the culture of South Korea beyond consumer electronics.
I've seen it during my time there and it's really a huge blow to their psyche And internally employees have also called this Fiasco humiliating.
Now, like I said before it's a damn shame but it can sometimes make for some really good means.
[SOUND] And another Android phone news, LG V20, their latest flagship phone with a dual lens camera and One of the first companies to bring a d'link camera to the market.
As far back as 2011, it's rumored to be going on sale October 21st in the United States.
And that sounds familiar.
It's because it's also the date that the Note 7 is rumor to be going back on sale on the US as well.
And if you're looking for an unlocked motoz.
Really the best modular phone that was Seen to date.
And yes, it still has a way to go, but it's truly innovating and come on, as tech fans we should all appreciate it.
Now that phone will go up on Amazon on October 2 in the US.
You can pre-order the lunar gray model of the 64 GB unlocked Moto Z for $699.
[SOUND] And lots of news on the software side for the Googs.
Evan Blass tweeted out that Google Allo, their new messaging app, Will be released this week on September 21st, which is the last day of summer and when Google promised to get the app out by.
Also, Google has announced a new app called Google Trip that lets you manage and organize everything about your vacations in one place so check this out.
It stores all your trip information offline so you always have it and makes suggestions during your trip based on what's nearby in a feature called Day Plan.
It looks like a nice travel companion and it's available now on the Play store and Ios app store.
Google is also making it easier to share your google photos with friends.
We know that our friends are all on different types of services so now all you do is pick the contacts you want to receive your photos and it will send them out a notification on their phone if they're a google user.
Or an sms text with a link instead of bouncing around multiple apps.
That's pretty sweet.
All right, that's gonna do it for this week's show, you can always email me at email@example.com or tweet me @briantong.
Thank you so much for watching, we'll catch you all next time for some more of that Googlicious.