Grey1213, 09 Sep 2016It's good that they've basically done everything they could do. But no doubt it killed the mom... moreAnd even worse timing, just before iphone lauch. Hope they learned the lesson. Sure they sales will be lower.
I really like the Note 7 when it was introduced, I think it is the most beautiful phone ever made by Samsung. But after the batterygate, I'm afraid to have one. The solution is don't buy the Note 7. Better be safe than sorry.
Anyway to verify if the Note 7s ' battery will not explode?
Any batteries can rupture, depends on several factors... Overheat, overcharging ('stupid' cheap chargers that don't auto cut-off power, punctured, short circuit of both points, moisture contact and many more...
Amazing thing is clone phones take a lot longer to blow up, if any would...
A7RII, 10 Sep 2016Well maybe because most Apple fans are jealous of Samsung's new ka-boom feature.I liked the "ka-boom feature" part there. Lol
Anonymous, 10 Sep 2016I don't why every time Apple fans invokes Samsung phones, i didn't mention anything about the ... moreWell maybe because most Apple fans are jealous of Samsung's new ka-boom feature.
[deleted post]I don't why every time Apple fans invokes Samsung phones, i didn't mention anything about the iphone until that i diot brought it up
A7RII, 10 Sep 2016What about S7 phones, will they explode too? I honestly cant trust any of them. Only the note 7
What about S7 phones, will they explode too? I honestly cant trust any of them.
I hope samsung note 7 price will drop because of this so I can buy 1 after satisfy my sheepness to iphone 7+ Trolololol...xD
Now I just wonder since many black market retailer in my country which taking advantages over price difference to samsung official price in here, how are they going to responsible over their customer who bought the note 7 and had the battery fault.
Anonymous, 09 Sep 2016Yes it's already out, called iPhone 7 Plus because Note7 uses old S7 hardware :PiPhone 7 is not iphone 7 more like iphone 6ss but whatever floats your boat fanboy
Grey1213, 09 Sep 2016They had to use glass instead of plastic because that's what the market wanted. People voted w... morewell i have A5 2016 now and even though glass looks better than plastic, it feels kinda weird (a little slippery but not exactly the word i'm looking for) it's nothing i can't compromise though but it has its pros and cons
now about the post, i think is good the measures that samsung is taking even though it doesn't take away the fault itself... hope the strike is not that bad for them to handle (pretty sure it isn't) and we must learn from mistakes
Well, they brought this sh** to themselves. Consider this as punishment from "god", for being too greedy. There should be no sealed batteries in smartphones at all.
At least samsung should give users a choice (releasing same top model in 2 variations: 1 for mainstream ppl, who dont care about much more than design and 2 - for power users, who use epic extended batteries (8000-1000mAh) from 3rd parties like Zerolemon, Mugen, Kranich, etc, where removable battery is *must have*. And dont tell there is no such users. There is. A lot.
shortkey, 09 Sep 2016So people have to return their phones to get a brand new one which they'll have to set up all ... moreThey had to use glass instead of plastic because that's what the market wanted. People voted with their wallet on this when the s6 sold well and the s5 didn't, so no use whining about it now. I'd rather have plastic too, since I use a case anyway, but apparently I'm in the minority.
They could do what the lg v20 is doing, but that would mean no glass (worse appearance), no ip 68, and no wireless charging. Since appearance, wireless charging, and ip68 are widely advertised, there's no way this is gonna happen.
But you could always just get the v20 if that's what you want. Â“Be Together. Not the Same.Â” :P