Roseline, 12 Sep 2016Please hurry fix the problem on the battery Note 7, so you could rise and shine again What's the guarantee that the replacement Samsung galaxy note is safe and doesn't blow up? Anyone sane must think it over considering the pace at which replacements are now given to the customers...
Mulan, 12 Sep 2016I never regret buying Note 5 like you did buying this phone. LOL! Note 5 is safe in all aspects.I pray that you are safe...
Anonymous, 13 Sep 2016On at least one airline in euorpe the annoucement and check-in ask, you not to use this model ... moreWhat's the point in buying a phone which has to be switched off? I'm buying the Sony Xperia XZ!
Anonymous, 13 Sep 2016Nothing to do with luck. It's their fault they used poor quality batteries.They always made phones with poor quality and got away... Now they got caught..
Very bad to hear that Samsung Note 7 a very great phone has a battery problem but don't lose the hope Samsung production will bring a safety system I hope this news should be true.
I'm a very big fan of Samsung Note series
But this time Samsung make me sad
With Samsung's Note 7 battery issue
Galaxy Note 6
With removable battery
Don't left Note6
Happened wrong as u jumped from 5 to 7 instead of 6
Samsung thought that
Note6 ,people think it as older while sounding with iPhone7
But Samsung loyal customers know the worth and performance of Note series
Plz come with Note6 with very very safe battery and removable too
Beckett, 13 Sep 2016Good phone, bad luck.Nothing to do with luck.
It's their fault they used poor quality batteries.
Beckett, 13 Sep 2016Good phone, bad luck.It is not a matter of bad luck...
Samsung deserves this bad reputation.
Only in the US there are more than 70 cases of overheating batteries of galaxy note 7.
Stop giving excuses and stop seeing things as fans.
We are talking about the safety of human lives here
Above all is not to take safety risk with any damned device...
Brands are not so important but human lives are definitely important
Samsung as of today lost 22 billion dollars. Hell of money gone in rush to launch faulty note 7 before iPhone 7. Samsung directors should learn a lesson from this and should not skip quality tests on their products.
Beckett, 13 Sep 2016Good phone, bad luck.Really a very bad luck for this amazing phone
at least galaxy Note 5 more safe than Note7
I dont know how Samsung could miss their battery QA testing
let's hope next galaxy note will never have a non-removable battery anymore...and hope that those greedy samsung executive will finally reflect from this incident.
[deleted post]At least you can travel on airplanes and go through security systems with an iPhone. Samsung is currently banned from a lot of areas (in the USA you can't bring one in sporting events).
This isn't about who's better "Apple or Samsung," it's about currently the Note 7 is banned and has lost billions because they rushed a phone to hopefully get more sales than Apple. That's where I'm going with it. Chances are, most Apple users don't want a Note anyways, so what was the point? Now this...
On at least one airline in euorpe the annoucement and check-in ask, you not to use this model on the flight, it must be switched off, can not be used in flight mode, and must not be recharged on the flight.
Mulan, 13 Sep 2016Six-year old boy gets burned when a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explodes in his hand.
Folks, this... moreMulan, thankyou for writing...
Kind of what I needed to hear to get me to consider boxing up my unit 'prematurely'.
My belief that it was to do with charging (possibly using unofficial cables and 'fast charge' etc, likely a combination of the two), that I was relatively safe to go on USING the phone.
If the best that comes out of that childs experience is to save others from the same fate, then they will have achieved much. Well wishes with them.
As an aside, imagine if that kid grows up to partake of this world 'non digitally', avoiding electronics. They could become a great inventor and/or theologist/philosopher...
Until now my only concern if my phone 'went up' would be if it would kill my headphones in the process...
Really don't want to pack this thing up. (IDIOT ALERT!)
Six-year old boy gets burned when a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explodes in his hand.
Folks, this is what we've been afraid of, and why we continue to implore you to shut down your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and return it. Last night, a 6-year old boy in Brooklyn New York was burned when the Galaxy Note 7 he was holding exploded in his hand. The youngster was rushed to Downstate Medical Center via ambulance with burns to his body.
It is not even charging at that time. The kid's grandmother, Linda Lewis, said that her grandson "was watching videos on the phone when the battery exploded. It set off alarms in my house."
So please if you want your family to stay safe, return your Note 7 and get a full refund.
Don't put your home in danger in exchange of good phone features.