Klinton, 30 Nov 2016BS
Galaxy Edge has much smaller body than Note7, and bigger battery.
More interesting... morewell if the other labs didn't find the problem and samsung did, why wouldn't we want them to explain it?? besides, they are the ones to make the most official statement of all even when ppl won't believe or might be fishy, samsung will have the last word.
on the why after the ban no Note 7 exploded, probably because no one will expose themselves as having the note even after the recall (easily called dumb) or the only ones still using them are the ones that honnestly found no problem (over heating or whatsoever) and are using the device despite the lack of upgrades and such...
i say let's wait till samsung says what went wrong and see if it's really plausible to believe it ^_^
If Samsung is 'steady why they can make this kind of phone?
If Samsung is steady why they can not find out the blow up reason?
If Samsung is steady why they want resell the Note 7 to the poorer people?
If Samsung is steady why don't bring the top notch quality products to his customers?
Anonymous, 30 Nov 2016The battery cells were pinching together because of the extremely tight space. Unlike the S7ed... moreBS
Galaxy Edge has much smaller body than Note7, and bigger battery.
More interesting is, WHY should we wait Samsung to explain the ''problem'', but not the US labs, and many labs all over the World......that found no problem yet?
And how could they explain that after the ban, no one Note7 exploded? LOL
MAS, 30 Nov 2016They may not do that because launching two flagship level phones per years works better commer... moreHmm yeah. Makes sense. Screw the s8 then lol they can launch that in the 3rd or 4th quarter. Give us the Note first. :)
Anonymous, 30 Nov 2016you do realize that almost all Samsung fans don't like that edged screen right?
According to which study? Lol bold claims. Alright keep the minority happy, the can release a flat panel too. You're welcone.
Anonymous, 30 Nov 2016They tried blaming the battery manufacturer... But sadly it didn't work out! No!Samsung SDI makes the batteries for their phones,the first line of phones had Samsung batteries inside of them!They blamed themselves but again the second line of phones that were supposed to be fixed and used Chinese batteries still exploded!
The cause is still unknown but there are many speculations,one of them is that the problem is cause of the snapdragon CPU,the quickcharge 3 feature causes the battery to explode!The majority of the phones that exploded were the American snapdragon version inside and outside of the US!
They say that the quickcharge 3 feature wasn't contemptible with the phone(maybe the Type-C port) and caused a problem to the battery that made it slowly slowly to explode!
The other rumor says that Samsung tried to pack a 3500 mAh battery in a very cramped space!Anyway it may be another reason that caused this problem but we will find out soon!
*I am a big Samsung fun and I will still buy Samsung products but what I said above is my honest opinion and has nothing to do with the fact that I am a Samsung fun!
The battery cells were pinching together because of the extremely tight space. Unlike the S7edge, the space for the Note 7 battery was super tight because they had to make space for the S-pen
Myksy, 30 Nov 2016Its samsungs fault why i downgraded to iphone se or ios. (But i like the iphone se compact but... moreLol, your post seems legit. Even though there are literally millions of options in android and many of them better than samsung, you "got" an iPhone because of samsung's fault? You absolutely get the freedom to bash apple or any brands, but please use logic, dont pretend to own a product as an excuse to use childish fanboy opinions against it.
Thrill Killer: Samsung would say that there's an engineering issue with the other hardware components of the Note 7. Maybe it's the wireless charging that takes too much voltage for the battery to handle, or maybe the Adaptive Fast Charging takes too much voltage for the battery to handle. It can't be the battery because Apple also have SDI and ATL as their battery providers. It's probably from the electric cable lines within the battery to the motherboard.
Well, whatever Samsung says, haters are going to attack again and again, and the Note 7 jokes will forever be shouted
Myksy, 30 Nov 2016Its samsungs fault why i downgraded to iphone se or ios. (But i like the iphone se compact but... moreYou clearly have no idea how to use the phone.
For example use ";" to group send msgs. To delete all, click select then select all, then delete. No freedom at all my ass. Like android devices have built in file managers. Just download a freeware.
Its samsungs fault why i downgraded to iphone se or ios. (But i like the iphone se compact but powerful feature)I dont like the ios. I dont have any freedom at all! No file manager no details on pictures no delete all option for contacts no usb otg no camera megapixel options no group sending msgs no everything! Have to download 3rd party apps! Its like i went back from stone age! I miss my note 7! Google apps is the future!
Anonymous, 30 Nov 2016i am using it right now and i have no problem with it at all and i am not planning to return i... moreDespite of having loads of great features I'd still feel restricted as I wouldn't get any software updates and I wouldn't be able to travel by plane. Although at the moment this phone is still quite usable it wouldn't be even like this anymore if carriers from U.S.A, Europe and all over the world would disable access to their network for all released Note7 units. Well, I heard of possibility of changing your IMEI but is it really worth using a phone which causes so much trouble?
Anonymous, 30 Nov 2016U mean Samsung still have no clue what caused it to flame up?If they had a clue then they wouldn't have restarted the sale lol.
PIXEL87, 30 Nov 2016Who cares, nobody wants to hear samsung excuses anymore, first the blame was on SDI accused fo... moreLmao. Oh it used glass so it looks like an iPhone.
That's cute. And those were flagship updates not new device release.
And what's the excuse when apple and many other companies have a few explode every year?
Or apple telling you the way to get your phone fixed for their design flaw after they silently fixed the issue in their line up is that you pay half off.
You know because they claim it's only if someone drops it. It's not really their fault.
But Samsung recalls all theirs world wide that anyone off the streets can literally fine one and turn it in if they found the right place. For reimbursement.
And then they offer gifts and credits.
When for ask they new it could've been something they could have fixed. But they discounted it because of the risks since they couldn't find the cause quick enough.