And finally perfect pone by the end of the year sony xperia xz.... Hissing, heating, blasting so many ings....
Meizu, Lenovo, Xiaomi, Huawei, ZTE, Asus, LE Eco, Gionee all of them have top of the line smartphones that can be used easily until 6 years, why people are so in love with TNT NOTE 7? Of the conventional brands for me the better are LG, HTC, SONY... SAMSUNG IS MORE OF THE SAME.
Professor Oak, 29 Sep 2016The iPhone also has a hissing issue. Sounding like angry feline. If I were a Apple or Samsung ... moreRe Panasonic, I have owned many products from them, including in the past, National Panasonic, Technics and Panasonic. This has included radio cassette players, audio visual gear and cameras. None has ever failed! With Sony, everything I have owned has failed, often during warranty. Although I am a Note fan (plan to get the 7), both my new Note 4s suffered proximity sensor failure soon after purchase and were repaired under warranty. I do think Samsung have QA issues with their phones because they are rushing to compete with Apple. Their kitchen appliances are very reliable, our house is full of Samsung 'white' goods (it's actually black and grey!) and so far after 5-6 years, no problems.
Fandroids usually bash Apple for longer charging times. We have not implemented fast charging because of these flaws. Usually an iPhone will reach 80% battery charge from empty within 45mins, but after that it slows down considerably to preserve the battery life expectancy. We have done lot of research on this and we will not implement fast charging whilst these flaws exist. iPhone battery DOES NOT get hot during charging cycle. A warm battery reduces battery life expectancy.
Over heating has been my concern, but exploding not. Sammy n Dubai after replacement are over booked, no time to cater to us. My view it better to return than beg!
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2016You've never felt any Li-ION batteries being charged than haven't you. They all get warm when ... moreSorry to disappoint but Mate 8 don't use Li-ion battery, they use Li-po battery.
AnotherNerd, 29 Sep 2016The tech giant said. "In normal conditions, ALL smartphones may experience temperature fluctua... moreYou've never felt any Li-ION batteries being charged than haven't you. They all get warm when they are being charged. So please troll elsewhere.
Samsung's phone are too hot(!) that i can not handle!!!
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2016Already debunked by unbox therapy. (Same YouTube channel that brought you bendgate). The hiss... moreI thought it was supposed to hiss in (heavy) use, not just if you put a microphone on top?
Until someone face will get ruined it will be taken seriously. LOL SAMMY.
The tech giant said. "In normal conditions, ALL smartphones may experience temperature fluctuations." Lie, lie, lie. My Mate 8 never experience overheat while charging, except while running graphic intense game while charging. Same goes to my Mi4i. Never encountered heating while charging on any phone that I used before. It's not ALL phone overheats, only Ss phone overheats, CEO is telling lie.
WTF..juss saw this news today....
'Safe' Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explodes in China too...!!!
note 7 made people scared so make the note 8 and discontinue the note 7
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2016hissing sound is present in all phones, just try to do some heavy processing and listen at the... moreTrue!! Maybe it's better Samsung to pull out the Note 7, stop selling it.. and focused on S8 and re-launch Note 8 in IFA.
Am a Sony fan but I must say, this is not how I want sony to ascend to the throne. I think all this news is over blown to make Sammy look bad and I don't like that. Every phone heats up every now and then so why is this different? I think there's some conspiracy going on. Nokia went down fair and square and that's how it should be this time.
I own a galaxy s7 edge and had terrible issues with the support in my country. I read about similar complaints around the world, too. Since Samsung had an exploding batch of Notes, just to beat up Apple, they should get at least a fee, if not something more proper. Having a phone exploding and dealing damage to people's hands and things, should not be unpunished because they are a big company! Someone's leg got 3rd degree burns from the S7 edge in his pocket. Another one's car burst into flames due to his note 7. And many other cases. I get it, they are about 100 cases between 2.5 milions of units sold, but still did damage and there was a 70% potential of exploding phones, meaning 1.7 milion around the globe. Some of them didn't explode because users stopped using them, still a "bomb" tho. It is a great phone in terms of specs and performance, I agree with that. But it got dangerous, so it shouldn't be praised because it's samsung. Same with apple's hiss on iphone 7/7 plus. Not a fanboy of any company. Ty!