tina22, 02 Sep 2016Lol thats not the big problem as it so successful modular phone paint depend on everday use so... moreI think you can't read and understand my comment. It's not about a single issue, it's about product quality, that too of flagship devices. You should not take it so hard and enjoy the plastic painted G5 device with cracked paint..lol
"Koh Dong-jin, head of Samsung's handset business division, assured the press that only 24 of every 1 million devices are at risk, but the company won't be taking any chances with its users." I knew before even reading the article that this was only affecting a limited number of units, and as usual Samsung haters took advantage hook, line and sinker lol the company did the right thing by replacing all model, it's no different than a car company recalling their vehicles because of faulty break-pads.
Kal 09, 02 Sep 2016I'm paranoid just got my Note 7 today here in the UK and paranoid about it blowing up. What to... morei always wait 2 or 3 months after the official release date. if no problems found, then i'll buy it.
next time you better do the same.
tina22, 02 Sep 2016Lol thats not the big problem as it so successful modular phone paint depend on everday use so... moreI think you can't read and understand at the same time. It's not about a single issue. It's about product quality that too of flagship devices. You shouldn't take it too hard and live with the plastic painted G5 device.
Like they said, around 24 out of 1millions are affected so im not replacing mine until it explodes or burns my house down. And you guys cant do anything about it cuz its mine. You all can hate me for all i care.
swirly, 02 Sep 2016So you want to wait for your phone catch on fire first, THEN get it replaced? What's wrong wit... moreMe neither. I have run across roads without looking 100's of times and not got run over therefore I will just carry on until I do. Then, of course, it will be anyone's fault but mine! It's exactly the same logic. There really is no way of sensibly dealing with such a stupid mentality.
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2016When it burns down you will know.Il just replace it duh. Its just less than $1000
I'm paranoid just got my Note 7 today here in the UK and paranoid about it blowing up. What to do *confused*
Is there anyway of check it out if its defected or one of the ok ones?
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2016Water proofing is not an excuse. There are water resistant smartphones with removable batterie... moreFair comment. The HP Elite X3 has a 4150 mAh battery for a 6 inch screen. It is water resistant and the battery is user replaceable and it has an SD card slot too.
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2016Lack of proper finishing at the modular joint, paint cracking..Google itLol thats not the big problem as it so successful modular phone paint depend on everday use so used it wisely lol
We are talking about battery faulty here get it???
Myksy, 02 Sep 2016Im not replacing my note 7! I had it since august 18 and i dont have problems with it.When it burns down you will know.
Anonymous, 02 Sep 20161st recall in the smartphone industry .It's happened to Nvidia too, I think.
Myksy, 02 Sep 2016Im not replacing my note 7! I had it since august 18 and i dont have problems with it.So you want to wait for your phone catch on fire first, THEN get it replaced? What's wrong with you?!
I don't get mentalities like this...
Im not replacing my note 7! I had it since august 18 and i dont have problems with it.
Laci..., 02 Sep 2016Actually 4 (four) years ago!
The S3 was a little bit better, than the actual Iphone, after th... moreiPhone 5 will be on iOS 10 this year, while SIII's support ended eons ago. The SoC on that thing couldn't even properly support 720p resolution, often making the device stutter and lag. S4 on the other hand was a joke of a phone. Lagging and skipping frames out of the box was a serious issue on that phone too. Or any other Samsung phones for that matter. The build quality was also mediocre as evidenced by the chrome finish around the phone chipping away day by day.
Also, are you talking out of your bottom? iPhone 6s is a proper flagship. Benchmarks and real-life usage reflect that. Don't be fooled by the numbers on the spec sheet. The 6s's NVMe memory speed still can't be beaten as of now. The phone is also guaranteed to receive major updates up to 5 years. So tell me which part of the phone sounds midrange to you?
Don't let your judgment be clouded by your fanboyism. Peace.