The reason samsung gets all of the attention is mainly because their issues revolved around a terrible design that year. The battery they needed, paired with the size requirements resulted in them having as battery built in a way that was asking for a meltdown. Apple and most others had issues that typically fell around a faulty component, or someone charging it in an incorrect way (under a pillow, on top of a carpeted area etc.) My old G4 was the closest issue to a terrible design, where they stacked a processor over the battery contacts and another high heat item without proper heat sinking (this led to the infamous boot loop errors). Samsung's issue was and a bigger issue purely based on the fact it could happen at any time, any place for almost any reason. That is not a very common issue for most phones.