DantE O2, 14 Sep 2016quality chip board? what a crap. battery issues has nothing to do with it they changes the s... moreOh yeah, and also the quality battery manufacturer. Recall is good service every user love it, and after 2years battery degraded, every user love it too.
Samsung messed up super bad and gave the round to iPhone. Samsung fanboys must be squirming given that Apple released a phone that can scratch, and they can't say a damn thing about it lol.
lol Samsung is useless. There's absolutely NO reason to stick to them. So many better products out there, better brands, better UI's, and WAY better quality.
Samsung fuxked up badly this time. IPhone 7 sales with tear the sky.
saratmeinam, 14 Sep 2016make s8 screen 7" bezelless top and bottom pliz with dslr photo qualitydslr photo quality on phone? lol stop dreaming -.- just buy a dslr then
I heard people say their phone heat up overtime.
But this kind of overheat was-----terrible..
So far i've seen news about Note 7, S7 edge, and (today) S7: "The SUN: Samsung S7 smartphone overheated and then EXPLODED in teacherÂ’s hands in the middle of busy cafe".
All have NON-REMOVABLE batteries.
Using programmed obsolesce in a form of the non-removable batteries must be made illegal. With the current state of technology, it is perfectly possible to design a device so that it would have a removable, and user replaceable, battery.
UKM, 14 Sep 2016You were not proved right.....there is this thing called time....as time passes things can hap... moreHe did not bet that there were 70 faulty units. It's just that Samsung stated there are only 35 faulty units which Samsung fanboys used as an argument.
I love Qnovo, 14 Sep 2016Maybe Samsung should use the Qnovo battery charging technology and of course a premium battery... morequality chip board?
what a crap.
battery issues has nothing to do with it they changes the supplier and it's resolved
Anonymous, 13 Sep 2016And to think we were all told we were being cynical or haters when we said we bet there are mo... moreYou were not proved right.....there is this thing called time....as time passes things can happen and if the devices are still in field the number will grow. I suspect that the figure they said was correct at that time.....it has increased since that point and will continue to increase until all products are our of field.
So your idea that the number when they announced it as being rubbish is just as rubbish as your statement, hence, the 'over 70' point could now be over 75 or over 85.
Always remember time when anybody makes a statistic......it is a statistic to the point in time only.
it's not from note 7 but from galaxy core, at least get your facts right.
q8peace, 13 Sep 2016li ion is the problem Samsung have bad history if explosion since s3 / they must use li po at ... moreMaybe Samsung should use the Qnovo battery charging technology and of course a premium battery and quality chip-board.
I don't want to sound like broken record here but if the battery was user replaceable this would have been almost a non-issue. Samsung tried to outsmart themselves by becoming one with the iPhones and those exploding Notes are just one of the consequences. I'll be holding on to my S5 as long as it's possible and then just switch brands, I suppose.
Still no mention of the kid that got burned from an exploding note 7. Gsmarena at their finest.
SilverEagleSteve, 13 Sep 2016I love my Galaxy Note 7. As the only problems have been when it's been charging, I have a wir... moreSame boat bro. Have not had a single problem and never had any overheating issues. The minority ruins it for the majority.
Karma for bendgate. That was actually started by Samsung, which wasn't even true, in the 1st place since unboxtherapy easily bent the phone, apple haters used that as an excuse to make detractors, Samsung capitalized on it with Bendgate. Karma at its finest, shortly after "Gapgate" came out, next year is was pengate were the pens the get stuck and now its explodegate.
make s8 screen 7" bezelless top and bottom pliz with dslr photo quality