random access ONE, 11 Oct 2016SORRY GUYS... for all android phones have sd810 and below won't get taste of android 7.1, quol... moreSo no 7.0 for SD 801, no 7.1 for SD 810. That means no 8.0 for 820?
But where did you get that information
viveksubhash, 11 Oct 2016those of you going for s7..get the edge..its definitely worth the extra cost..Not if you want a smaller phone
S7 which also means the Edge? It is the S7 Edge which is closer to the Note albeit losing the stylus. I prefer the Edge though as it has a bigger capacity battery and I don't know what to do with the stylus.
:) You got old note, wont get new note, what you will get then, S7? It will be either note or using this chance you will try different 5.7"+ flagship. I would take v20 as there is not really other 5.7inch alternative. Samsung could save it only with S8 5.7 phablet, size matters.
i guess they should make galaxy note 6. making galaxy note 7 just to compete with iphone 7 is a wrong idea.
gadgetsng, 11 Oct 2016So pathetic , Hope the new batch of S7 won't turn out to be another potential explosive?Dont you worry about that
If they do, they will just blame battery manufacturers like this time
or just blaming you for being a black consumer
Samsung you silly
If anyone wanted your S7 or Edge, they wouldve bought it 6 months ago
No note users will buy your old / no pen / smaller than 5.7" phones just makes no sense
Just give and spit out customers' money so they can go for iPhone 7 / Pixel or LG V20
You lost your chance this year, customers are not that dumb as you think
Personally, I am done with Samsung. The botched manner in which they handled this fiasco has eroded my trust in the company.
Had a S7 Edge and desperately wanted the Note 7
Unfortunate and will stick with the S7 till the next big thing from Sammy
SORRY GUYS... for all android phones have sd810 and below won't get taste of android 7.1, quolcom dont want to update there drivers for 7.1
So pathetic , Hope the new batch of S7 won't turn out to be another potential explosive?
"The company's suppliers are all going to take a profit hit for the last quarter of this year because of the Note7's cancellation, so they're more than happy to provide parts for other models, minimizing that impact somewhat."
Never thought the cancellation of Note7 would affect other companies. Their suppliers must be going crazy hearing Samsung discontinued Note7. Good news is they boosts S7 production just right after Apple saying they boost up iphone 7 production by 10%. How timely.
Wonder if the returned Note 7's will become available as refurbished at substantially reduced price. A new battery will be required as well as perhaps a new board with redesigned charging and/or power adapting circuitry. But if that's all then that leaves everything else inside ok for a refurbished device incl the cameras, sensors, speakers, cpu, gpu, modem, etc as well as the display, case and stylus. The breakdown cost is probably around $300.