Skib666, 29 Sep 2016How did they even determined those are safe?? Pathetic news with shameless facts, no one with ... moreThey used same manufacturing processes as the batteries in the region where there was no exploding incidents. Read and think.
How did they even determined those are safe?? Pathetic news with shameless facts, no one with brains will believe it. Except of course samsheeps. LOL
The text says
"This revelation comes almost one full month after..."
I would have said
"This revelation comes less than one full month after..."
Because - that was quick that Samsung cranked out that many new devices. But also puzzling because where did all that spare production capacity come from.
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2016and haters will still report that their handset are not safe.. that's life, but kudos to Samsu... moreWith the best tech, most functional and most beautiful device on the Planet.
And....audio jack too.
Qxdir, 29 Sep 2016Safe Galaxy Note 7 = Overheating and Battery Drainingbetter than exploding
I heard faulty Note7 had been sold in North Korean black market...
and haters will still report that their handset are not safe.. that's life, but kudos to Samsung, they're back to business.
iron wolve, 29 Sep 2016it is time for iphone explode
http://wccftech.com/apple-iphone-7-explodes/BTW 2.5 mill were with the pre-ordered devices.
Get your facts right GSMA.
it is time for iphone explode