Get rekt samsung. I stopped buying when they took away removable battery. Good luck recalling all them phones instead of just the battery
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2016the blame is 100% on Samsung, they use the cheapest makers for batteries. i work in the mobil... morecan you tell me how many people has been hurt by a samsung phone and how many by the iphones wll a man die due to a iphone exploding so due your guess
Hlev, 02 Sep 2016If this was iphone we would never hear the end of it....well Samsung and Apple are the most expensive phone makers so that's obvious
especially for Samsung since there are just plenty substitutes in android for much less price
people are not just paying for their product, paying for customer service / reliability as well
AnonD-540746, 02 Sep 2016LG bootloop vs Samsung battery fire hazard :D ;)lucky for LG since no one really care for them / bought enough to make a big deal out of it
SaltandPepper, 02 Sep 2016Get lost, pathetic! Promote your product somewhere else.Hi Mr. Pathetic, i'll be always here and promote whatever I want, you're sad and angry because of nuclear 7,and I can't understand you since my brand (Sony) never faced such a shame.
If you want a big screen smarti you can buy the glorious Xperia XA ultra you may need to use a pencil instead of a pen in note 7 but at least it won't blast in your face
good move before a class action lawsuit falls on their laps which will cost at "least" similar to an amount of no sales at all of the device and the priceless reputation.
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2016the blame is 100% on Samsung, they use the cheapest makers for batteries. i work in the mobil... moreNo the blame is 100 percent on the people who don't see SONY and they are straight buyers of Sam
AnonD-59657, 02 Sep 2016Samsung did the right thing to recall all the Note 7.Don't you think they rush too much to sell before they test it themselves? Or they knew it will blast and they didn't want to put their own life in jeopardy
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2016the blame is 100% on Samsung, they use the cheapest makers for batteries. i work in the mobil... moreLOL. So basically in terms of popularity? Use your brain mate, the more phones there are, the more that would have problems in absolute terms. That doesn't say anything about quality.
I said it thousands of times and i repeat, don't put yourself im trouble and buy a SONY and be safe and enjoy,SONY is not a joke
AnonD-442781, 02 Sep 2016That may not be true. The battery is made by third parties, the same third parties that make b... morethe blame is 100% on Samsung, they use the cheapest makers for batteries.
i work in the mobile repair industry, i can say that Samsung are the worst for exploded batteries (since S4), then Apple(until the 6/6S).. the rest have practically none, and when they do its due to customer misuse (like liquid).
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2016Industrial espionage being what it is, id like to know the details of the origin of this probl... moreThe problematic ones were from a south korean supplier. The chinese batteries were fine hence no recall in china lol.
at the APPLE event...
Tim Cook: sure we don't have a headphone jack anymore, but rest assured the iPhone batteries doesn't burst into flames... and oh yeah, whoever uses a stylus? those things either get lost or get stuck..
Audience: laughs in delight
AnonD-539116, 02 Sep 2016The thing with your statement is that something like this has never happened to Apple but I st... moreAlthough not exactly the same Apple did have a similar issue with reception on one of their phones a few years back. Basically the phone could not make or receive calls properly due to poor reception. Apple's response was to tell customers they were not holding it correctly. I don't know what the eventual outcome of it all was.