Samsung’s last month hasn’t been fruitful for several reasons. There have been issues with its products as reported by several users including a new motherboard issue which apparently led the phone to stop working altogether. Prior to that, there was the Exynos chip exploit which allowed third party apps to access data without much hassle.
We’re pretty much in sync with what goes on around the tech sphere every day. There are numerous rumors coming through, speculations, device launches etc and on some occasions bad news too. One such bad news was with regards to the Samsung Galaxy S III which was reported to have a messy motherboard issue which
Samsung’s Galaxy S III is a widely popular smartphone with millions and millions of users all over the world. However, since recently, Samsung has been hearing complaints of its flagship smartphone. We’re talking about the Exynos exploit of course, which would give the ability to third party apps to read and wipe your RAM without