Anonymous, 10 Oct 2016Removable battery will not solve the issue! Samsung got to resolve the problem with their s... moreI agree totally and a number of reviewers have said the same too. The logistics of trying to sort out a battery problem where the battery could have come from any Note 7 phone would be far worse.
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2016please bring back user replacable battery. With a user replacable battery all problems of note... moreIt won't. You can read it in some statements.
It has to do with the phones design and production tolerances and furthermore heat dissipation issue (glass body and nearly airtight IP protection.) The heat cannot out , the battery expands and touches the body and eventually get damaged. If the worst tolerances come together then it would happen. Even with the replaced ones.
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2016I thought Note7 never launch in Europe. Or was it UK? Thats why not much news about Note7 from... moreIt launched every where apart from uk.that's why I'm still waiting for a release date.I'm still using note 4 and we didn't get note 5 here either
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2016Samesung Galaxy S-plosion. The next big thing is here. ha ha ha ha ha!!!
Its a wakeup call. For all brands. It was just Samsung that got to bear the brunt of the damage. Halting sales is the right thing to do. No need to run a risk of injury or accident. Samsung now has a confidence problem from declaring the replacement phones ok. The good thing for Samsung is the positive part of the all the publicity they are getting - the positive being that a lot of people who did not know Samsung and the Note 7 before the recall now do.
bad karma for overcharging customers with costly phones and replacement parts.
Someone Else, 10 Oct 2016I thought Europe doesn't even have a problem with their Note 7. Last I check, not one of the r... moreI thought Note7 never launch in Europe. Or was it UK? Thats why not much news about Note7 from that area.
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2016please bring back user replacable battery. With a user replacable battery all problems of note... moreRemovable battery will not solve the issue!
Samsung got to resolve the problem with their supplier or themselves.
In fact, removable battery will be more harder to resolve.. what if customer replace with a non Samsung battery, and claim their phone exploded? A hell to keep track.. if Samsung is smart.. they never will release removable batteries after this explosion issue.
I thought Europe doesn't even have a problem with their Note 7. Last I check, not one of the reported burst Note 7 come from Europe. Maybe it's just a safety measure. I would love some link if there were a faulty safe Note 7 in Europe. Greatly appreciate it guys.
Europe is lucky that it didnt get note 5 and not the other way around.
the problem is in numerology here. They should not have jumped and named the device as note7, infact it should have been note6. So the whole scenario here is bad omen due to faulty numerolgical naming of note series.
I never expected that Samsung will once again end up with problems. But however at least they should have come and addressed it in their main page with second times Problem. Do we need to wait for Note8? or move for something else? come on Samsung answer it.
Duel, 10 Oct 2016Not true, the problem is clearly lot deeper than battery problem.could you please explain what is that deep problem........?
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2016please bring back user replacable battery. With a user replacable battery all problems of note... moreThe thing is even with a user replaceable battery, if it combusts, you still won't have enough time to pull it out before it does a lot of damage to the circuits of the phone. And can you even pull out a melting battery out, anyway? Better quality control is the way to go. And for most of us consumers not to buy right away without waiting for possible issues to arise.