Anonymous, 12 Sep 2016Samsung is in no danger of that. They have revenue greater than many entire countries' GDP. Lo... moreJust because they have a huge revenue doesn't warrant trying to extort money out of them.
Anonymous, 12 Sep 2016See, that's what happen when you use non-removable battery...
/sAgree with you totally. Samsung deserve what is coming due to their greed. By sealing the battery inside the phone, they have lost their reputation, has to replace the total phone and made people not confident buying other samsung products.
I will consider my next samsung phone when only there is replaceable battery.
And here is another American machinery propaganda against companies in other countries: Nokia, Volkswagen, Sony, Samsung. Has anyone noticed this yet? They are killing other companies by doing every kind of shit, spreading bad news, and making companies in other countries look bad and their companies look great!
You Don't Know ME?:O, 12 Sep 2016HAHA!! Samsung moving towards his end.
This brand is going to be dead soon.
New Innovation... moreSamsung is in no danger of that. They have revenue greater than many entire countries' GDP. Lol
You severely underestimate how big Samsung is.
Anonymous, 12 Sep 2016Wonder if these fast-charging gimmicks could be the cause of this rather than the battery itse... moreit could well be the fast charging cuz if we think about it its a chip that forces power into the battery , there are no special batteries its just usual ones beying forced,
my note 3 doesnt have fast charge but i used once a charger of 3A 5v and it charged in 30 to 40 min , now the thing is this is very dangerous and in the end acttualy the battery lasts lesser time
My note 3 using a 1A charger to 10% lasts double the time than with 3A 10%
Muthu , 12 Sep 2016My 2 cents - note 7 is a proven disaster for Samsung. That is why they have announced the reca... moreAre you out of your mind? If a phone catches fire on airplane,the amount of panic will scare the shit out of crew and passengers, not even mentioning the worst case scenario... Only a single case is enough for US to block Samsung form selling products and open the flood doors for multi million dollar lawsuits from individuals, insurance companies etc.
Note 7 is a great phone, other than battery issues ofc, but it should be immediately pulled back from market
Samsung should find out the problem and solve it as soon as possible. Is it the chip-board or battery have faulty or defect in design or anything else?
It is not a joke,one can loose his life.Court must take proper action as it is not a little thing.samsung or any other company must be taught tough lession for such.
Wonder if these fast-charging gimmicks could be the cause of this rather than the battery itself...then again, other smartphones do offer fast charge and we haven't heard of any problems..very weird stuff
Anonymous, 12 Sep 2016keep it 1 Km away from you.my best option might be to crack the screen and take it my 3rd pt insurance
Guys please if we have commented all opinions, be wise and be objectively.
For all fanboys, learn about cause and effect. It could be defected products or human error in using.
Not only samsung that have been many troubles, see the facts in google,search and learn the factual news.
But the fact is now, only samsung committed and admitted for all defected products.
What about the others? We are customers and we have rights also deserve a best product in each segments.
So please check our behaviour in using our gadget, if we have done that in right ways, but the products have been amy troubles, take our rights for have a best services for get the best product.
Linas, 12 Sep 2016I found it amazing that 35 cases reached such worldwide publicity, knowing that almost any sma... moreMy 2 cents - note 7 is a proven disaster for Samsung. That is why they have announced the recall program. Otherwise they would not have done that. No point in defending note 7 (Samsung fanboys or not). When Samsung itself is not bothered on defending it, why should others bother?
This particular S7 edge case looks suspicious at best. But we can't conclude anything on it, until we get more information.
AnonD-491243, 12 Sep 2016I don't believe his burns are fake. I believe the pone exploded. But I also believe that when ... moreit's not even that... i find it hard to prove after 4+ months that it was the phone itself that did the dmg, even if he kept it (u know, a souvenir?) i'm prettu sure the hospital report won't say "due to a phone catching fire" so it's more like this man has to prove it was a S7 rather than samsung proving it wasnt
either way, even though the news sounds extremely fishy, it can be true (for now we can't know for sure) but i'm just too sceptical...