the rival make nice job maybe? the real sales vs samsung and the timing this is more than just... anyway if any giant make mistake the other smile:) nice and fast reaction from samsung!
AnonD-442781, 16 Sep 2016That's a dumb thing to say. You act like Samsung SDI only makes batteries for Samsung smartpho... moreBMW and others you speak of have much higher quality control. Even if a defected battery from SDI came through they would have known. On the other hand it's been proven Samsung doesn't know the difference from good battery packs from defected ones. So it's not really surprising that other Samsung phones with SDI come with the Ka-boom feature. Still a crappy company. :)
I don't understand why people buy only iPhone or Samsung. There are many good phone brands. Sony and HTC are good examples.
As I have worked with phones(repairing them), then I think the situation is worrying. I have witnessed two cases on older phones like S2+ and S3 where batteries started to swell and heat up. In one case the floor caught fire. But I must say, we don't know the conditions how the phones was treated before the incident so these might have happened due to bad usage.
AnonD-576629, 16 Sep 2016Honestly I'm not surprised that other Samsung Galaxy are exploding. The Note 7 isn't the first... moreThat's a dumb thing to say. You act like Samsung SDI only makes batteries for Samsung smartphone, and that Samsung only uses Samsung SDI batteries.
Samsung SDI has the largest market share for smartphone batteries, and also produce batteries for the likes of BMW and Tesla. They're everywhere.
That story about the phone exploding in the child's hands. First they wrongly reported/assumedd that it was a note 7 and that it was actually a galaxy core. Now they're saying its an S4? They should make up their minds.
what i cannot get is that, people are blaming the US government or apple for the note 7 batt explosion. samsung already admitted their fault and is doing a full recall on their units and dumb people are still blaming the government or apple. its not only in the US that the government issued a banned or recall, also in other country. take time to crawl out of your caves and read other news
divis200, 16 Sep 2016People are just using galaxy note 7 situation or maybe it's Apple. I mean, how is galaxy s4 ev... moreFlash news: seven Samsung Galaxy SII just blew up in the US seconds ago! ''Experts'' says it is linked to the Note 7 batteries! Apple strongly advise Samsung users to get an iPhone that could blow up, but that nobody will share the news!
Newer news: 49 iPhone 7 just exploded. Some people claim they were burnt by the explosion, other says they are really in pain, but we cannot say if they are lying or not. Apple says it is an isolated case that could affect only 99.99% of all the units sold worldwide. No recall is planned since there are currently no reason to do so.
The theory goes that all Galaxies were born out of a big bang, Maybe Samsung's chose a similar path to end their Galaxy legacy...mind you, if they call their next range Genesys, better run for your life.
Samsung "needs" to respond to customer demand and make ALL phones with removable batteries so the customer is responsible for battery & replacement. By making them unswappable Samsung are being stubborn arrogant fools.
People are just using galaxy note 7 situation or maybe it's Apple. I mean, how is galaxy s4 even close to note 7. Why no one had a problem and now so many users in a few weeks have them. It makes no sense.
Samsung deserves to be punished for their mistakes but I don't think all of these reports are due to flaw in Phone. Especially the car story. There can be many other reasons. I think they should investigate first and than point fingers.
I don't think I will want to buy any Samsung devices in near future. Samsung washing machines were blowing up few weeks ago and than galaxy note and now even other phones. Probably wait for things to stabilize.
Honestly I'm not surprised that other Samsung Galaxy are exploding. The Note 7 isn't the first time Sammy has used batteries from that defected Korean battery company.