Samsung has been badly burned by the Note 7, just like some of its customers. No other phone has had this many explosions. Bank Robbers are strapping them to safes, demolition experts are stringing them around buildings....
What a mess. 80% is a huge amount of phones. It's a good job the S7 and S7 Edge sold well this year
Rinku12, 29 Sep 2016No matters what people think about note 7 As per me I will sure buy itu read my mind..i want buy Note7 too..
viveksubhash, 29 Sep 2016what is wrong with people??? why are they not returning their phones that may explode near the... moreI can tell you what is wrong with these people. Some people have no choice but to wait till 1st October to exchange their phones. In South Korea you have to exchange it from the store that you purchased from. If you bought it from a store that is not close to you, or from the online store; you have to go to the Samsung Store to exchange the phones. They are exchanging the phones where you bought the phone their first.
better be safe than sorry.. Get a refund instead and go for Iphone 7. RIP Note 7!
I'm pretty sure you cant find a better phone than the note 7 :D IPhone 7could have a better performance but you are not able to do as much as the note 7. But also making a performance test to phone with different resolutions is not fair since note has QHD and apple have 720 resolution.
mixa, 29 Sep 2016Who's gonna but phone may explode and kill you? Better resume in the note 8, directly. I would because it has been REPLACED with SAFE phone!
what is wrong with people??? why are they not returning their phones that may explode near their ears??? they need incentives for that?? is the message not received by these people?? ok after the exchange program if any of the old phones explodes its on the user
mixa, 29 Sep 2016Who's gonna but phone may explode and kill you?
Better resume in the note 8, directly. You again!!!
"mixa" is a blind Apple follower
Again, go by your iphone :)))
Who's gonna but phone may explode and kill you?
Better resume in the note 8, directly.
Samsung learned from their flaws, now they walking their feet back...