Anonymous, 20 Sep 2016Testing is a good thing. You dont like testing? See what you get from a rushed Note7? Explosio... moreYes testing is good, never said it wasn't. The thing is, have some common sense please! Testing for 4-5 months for an android software update? c'mon...
Timoty, 20 Sep 2016Very slow and to much complicated! Just hope will be working perfect since released without 10... morei use the alarm on my s7 every morning, lunch, workout and dinner time. never had any problems with that. european exynos s7. having battery for a whole day, with heavy gaming and camming, that is a whole other story. im still waiting for the s7 active to come to europe, just for the 4000 mah battery.
Very slow and to much complicated! Just hope will be working perfect since released without 1000 extra updates!!! Shame on you Samsung I've got S7 Edge and set the alarm for the first time, unfortunately alarm didn't go off at the morning, you lucky I was already awake otherwise I will send your feckin device back to Soul and claim my money!How dare you to release such a expensive device called ''flagship'' which is not working perfectly?! Shame shame shame!!!
AnonD-385420, 20 Sep 2016This is the section were Samsung really struggle and way behind Apple the Software section,we ... moreIt takes more time to release updates when you didn't create it and when there is actually features to use and real updates to work with.
That's just logical....or so you would think
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... morePerhaps those sources should come clean ! O wait..no ? I see an insider spilling news to their controler, suppose if its espionage then, its as easy to believe someone handsomely paid, a recruit to take a job in a Samsung factory, and sabotage stealthily, every 1000th battery they handled. Who knows ? Can't say, no one can, but apple would be the ones to gain as this story makes it clear, and with apples dishonesty knowing wide boundaries, like the 500m Italian tax fraud, and the 13billion Irish tax scandal, not to forget the, 100m ebook price rigging scandal, nothings impossible, but no one really knows the truth of what went on at that battery plant. Suppose apple have gotten away lightly tho, as gsma says..s7 ,edge 7
all selling massively, plus n7 25% up in sales, not much left for apple to crow about this year eh, guess its just LUCKY some one goofed up at that battery factory, it really has made billions of pounds less difference to apples only peer rival. Gosh some guys have all the luck..and their flagship coming out just days later, guess we could all do with some luck like that, right.
They tested it on the Galaxy Note 7, but it blew up half-way through, so was found to be just a little bit unstable...
AnonD-378433, 20 Sep 2016Nougat for Galaxy note 4 910C ??any chances ?I currently own one and based on previous evidence I very much doubt it.
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What REALLY caused the Galaxy Note 7 battery crisis? Report claims Samsung rushed to outshine iPhone 7
By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com
14:55 EST 19 Sep 2016, updated 16:34 EST 19 Sep 2016
Reports of exploding Galaxy Note 7s surfaced just days after the release
Samsung executives say a manufacturing flaw damaged the batteries
However, sources say the firm rushed production in order to beat Apple
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco highlights the challenge of packing more power into much thinner phones, all while rushing for earlier release dates.
Shortly after its release, reports emerged that the Note 7 handsets were exploding and experts now believe the real culprit was Samsung's urgency to be beat Apple.
Once rumors surfaced that Apple's latest device wasn't set to be the year's biggest innovation, Samsung executives 'pushed suppliers to meet tighter deadlines, despite loads of new features'.
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Shortly after Samsung released the Galaxy Note 7, incidents surfaced that handsets were exploding. Although explosions are due to overheating batteries, experts believe the real culprit was Samsung's urgency to be beat Apple
BEATING APPLE FOR A PRICE
Many believe that the root of the exploding batteries comes from Samsung's rush to beat Apple.
While employees scrambled to meet the early launch date, suppliers also stretched their work hours and were under more pressure than usual.
Samsung executives agreed to move production ahead of schedule in order 'launch a new phone they were confident would dazzle consumers' and take advantage of Apple's letdown, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
This is good news. I'd rather have a nice and stable release then one full of bugs. 6.0.1 has the Bluetooth bug which is really annoying.
Other than that, I hope they bring the new notification system. I'm hyped up for it.
AnonD-546038, 20 Sep 2016This doesn't mean anything. They were also testing....testing....testing....testing.... the L... moreTesting is a good thing. You dont like testing? See what you get from a rushed Note7? Explosion! Slow and safe much well suited for Samsung.
This is the section were Samsung really struggle and way behind Apple the Software section,we might as well wait until we get the Future Galaxy S8 models before Nougart made available,Samsung should improved there Software Teams by now but always seem to be to slow,we keep seeing security updates for Galaxy phones but never seem to get them at All
I should hope so.
In fact I would hope they have been conducting such testing for quite some time now.
Samsung have a lot of good will to try to claw back, speedy delivery of OS updates will go some way towards that.
Nice! So My Galaxy Tab S 10.5 LTE will sit un 5.0.2 more so those 2 developers can test out 7.0 on other devices. Good job Samsung.