AnonD-428442, 11 Sep 2016http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/11/business/samsung-urges-consumers-to-stop-using-galaxy-note-7... moreAt least Samsung is recalling all Note 7 units ever made . What would Apple do ? It would just replace only those units which got blasted.
Omar Mohamed, 11 Sep 2016it is the best phone in the world, end of story.Speaking like a true Samsung slave.
It's good Samsung didn't lose 100% of their faithfuls. I guess losing close to 40% is good right guys?
When Samsung itself is telling consumers to STOP using the Note 7, you know it's not good.
And how Samsung is treating their customers who paid top dollar for the highest end flagship? Loaning them a budget J phone? LOL.
Certainly , Samsung did good job with Note 7 casing and upgradings of the software and hardware. Really, the battery issue wouldn't be a main point that will effect the sales of Galaxy Note 7.
Note 7 is still a Mr. Bolt of Olympic of mobile world business.
No any phone can match the performance and experience with Note 7 on the earth.
Anonymous, 11 Sep 2016It was flagship when it was announced. Check your facts.Galaxy alpha was never a flagship device.
[deleted post]why are you spamming this?? and i have never seen an update that sped up a computer or mobile for that matter except for the n73 nokia, which unlocked about 14mb ram that was previously not utilized...my nexus 7, which is "upto date" is so laggy, and have you seen the android forums for the fix? its to get back to MM. not even apple escapes this...though they cleverly disable parts of the update so as not to overburden the systems(or so they say)
This is surely a Note Year than a pony old looking iPhoney and hence ...
Samsung is aClear Winner this year
2016 is a Note Year
AnonD-442781, 11 Sep 2016Galaxy alpha is obviously not a flagship, so it obviously isn't the direct competitor of a flagship.It was flagship when it was announced. Check your facts.
AnonD-507364, 11 Sep 2016Haha expected results. Those who voted positively are those blinded diehard Samsung fanboys ... moreI use sony products and for the first time I switched to samsung i.e galaxy s7.... i was pretty impressed and i pre ordered galaxy note 7... despite of its fault... i was impressed regarding their actions... waiting for my note 7 to arrive
Anonymous, 11 Sep 2016The reason for me to switch from Samsung to any other phone would be late updates. Galaxy Alph... moreGalaxy alpha is obviously not a flagship, so it obviously isn't the direct competitor of a flagship.
Anonymous, 11 Sep 2016How does GSMA come with this 3 of 5 ppl ? LOL No matter how hard you try, Note7 will sell e... morenote 7 will sell even more after recall? with iphone 7 is around the corner? lets see..iphone 7 plus with dual camera + ois. i would rather trying something new *but not really* but it has dual camera, 1 telephoto, and with ois
The ones who never owned it come up with lame puns saying Samsung dropped the bomb or Note7 is da bomb. Note7 is proving it is still great on its own merits but gets simply judged wrongly for the small % of defects that ruins the reputation for every other unaffected Note7. I just yawn anytime I read comments who play the recall card.
The one good thing about gaining notoriety? Cheaper prices or maybe extra freebies! So keep that negativity coming! I might get a great deal on Note7 next month. "Fire" sale, anyone? Or just wait on Project Valley, S8, Note8 with 4K displays next year. So if people stop buying Note7, I can end up with a great device with a bad reputation and a cheaper price.
Imperator Neubaticus, 11 Sep 2016Despite the exploding battery issue, the note 7 remains the best 2016 flagship. What's your definition of so called "best"?
In my opinion, the LG V20 and HTC 10 is simply the best phone on earth.
Only Samsung fanboy will buy a faulty explosive phone
Despite the exploding battery issue, the note 7 remains the best 2016 flagship.
Haha expected results.
Those who voted positively are those blinded diehard Samsung fanboys which they will fork out money to buy their phones regardless of battery problems or laggy TouchWiz.
No, and I am not Apple fanboy.
Well, new sales will be lower though and this Note won't sell as expected. For instance, I wanted to buy one to replace my S6, but I was waiting for the usual bunch of reviews. After confirmation of those "burning" news I will just wait for the S8. For me, no problem, just dodged a risky product. For Samsung it means huge expenses on top of lists sales. The good news is that I guess many people will be like me, just wait for the S8, which will mean higher sales of the S8 and postponed but received money by Samsung eventually.