i dont see much problem with this..all samsung phones usually end up having heating issues..and bad battery life..i skipped over the s6 series just because of this. however my dad is happy with his note 5 and i'm perfectly alright with my s7 edge...in contrast my ipad pro is heating up like anything..people don't notice it because of the thick cases with stands and stuff they use on their ipads..
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2016Just like they do to Donald Trump, when something is good and righteous the media will do what... moreLOL, you Samsung fan-boys are making the same misstake as Trump voters. "Hillary is so evil therefore Trump is great". Same with smartphones. "Apple is so evil, therefore Samsung is great". Nope. When it comes to business and politics, there's no black and white, only black.
Came to get my daily fix of dunce.
You guys kill me with your comments.
Julliard, 26 Sep 2016Note7 overheating? I think the media is overeacting! Like seriously, this news is so 3 days ag... moreSamsung deserved to be down,
Just as how the Samsung try to shoot HTC and Sony down previously by paying for fake reviews.
The public must now realized that Samsung is no longer the flagship king in Android.
This throne shall be awarded to HTC since Google has confidence in them in making Nexus phones.
AnonD-292864, 26 Sep 2016Just like Apple. iPhone 7/7 Plus has lowest sale numbers since the first iPhone.source or gtfo
Easy guess; all newly setup phones have odd battery usage scenarios for the first few days.
Lots of apps downloading, installing and being configured (screen on time), whilst system updates happen, and all user settings are 'setup'.
We see the same questions being posed by newbie smartphone owners, and secondtime smart phone owners nearly daily across many of the phones listed here on gsmarena.
The 'overheating' might be all sorts of backend system settling in the first few days, and shorter battery life is expected on initial use and until the battery figures out its' power cycle.
I never consider my battery performance until the third recharge, done 'slowly'.
Sorry but 'fast charged' devices seem to drain faster as well (YMMV).
Being a Note 7 user, and not wanting to replace it (but having too..) this article heading freaked me out.
As I read it I realised this is just standard usage of a new phone and would be the same for most, if not all, new phones.
So yeah; only cause we are freakin out and paying close attention is it being noticed.
Once I have had my replacement unit for two weeks I will consider its usage per charge.
The only thing I am worried about is if my audio quality drops; the headphone output (even bluetooth output) is really nice.
So something in the way the phone is handling the files and definately in the protocol 'handshake' with bluetooth devices- this phone is doing unreal...
The headphone sound output is probably one of the best I have heard; certainly from a 'one box' solution (exynos variant tested!)
Julliard, 26 Sep 2016Note7 overheating? I think the media is overeacting! Like seriously, this news is so 3 days ag... moreJust like they do to Donald Trump, when something is good and righteous the media will do what ever it takes to tarnish the reputation of the former.
Note7 overheating? I think the media is overeacting! Like seriously, this news is so 3 days ago. Why even bother to speak of it again? It so obvious now that Note7 is every company target to take down. Overheating and battery drain are such a common issues but they are making a big deal out of it. Totally immature of the media to do this. Super obvious the media is NITPICKING on everything about Note7. I bet they would complain about little things like Note7 camera a little blurry or they found a scratch on Note7 or its not charging fast enough, something like that. Please stop this ridiculousness! I feel so embarassed to see the media stoop so low at this level just to bring Samsung down.
AnonD-292864, 26 Sep 2016Just like Apple. iPhone 7/7 Plus has lowest sale numbers since the first iPhone.Why iphone removed 3.5 mm jack
ZenFone 3 Delux is an another good option. (6G/64G is around 520 USD)
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2016It's actually a bulgarian site. But yes, it's getting too suspicious. There definitely seems t... moregreat review,thanks,especially about removable battery and card slot issues of Samsung.
Its time to hit back to basic... and re-live the Motorola StarTac!!!
This never ending saga of battery issue! May be there were better-off with Note 6!!!
Samsung please take your time with the replacement process. Handing inadequately quality tested products to customers is not what a responsible company should do.
AnonD-216319, 26 Sep 2016Again just another fake report from an American newspaper that eats an Apple everyday lolWell you must undersatand them.
What else they can do after the iPhone disaster!
The great Note7 made them sh.t in their pants. And US economy depends so much of the APPL stock.