Killero, 01 Oct 2016At least they do good quality phones and not these big failures as Samsung has making.Big failures, it was only the Galaxy Note 7 that has had problems because of the batteries, out of that since 2010 almost all of the Samsung phones have had sucess.
Levy, 01 Oct 2016Funny guy; asking for two of the least successful phone manufacturer to "takeover" the best se... moreAt least they do good quality phones and not these big failures as Samsung has making.
lacp, 01 Oct 2016You don't think you are being ridiculous with that apreciation that you made about Samsung? Af... moreI wasn't saying that "Apple will never go down". I just can't agree when someone is saying that "Samsung will remain strong even after a few phones/notes exploded because they've been backed up by the S.Korean government and etc". Nothing last forever even Apple, but if Samsung keeps f#@king up, it will definitely go down a lot sooner than anyone could anticipate.
I have been a Samsung owner since the (1st galaxy S). I now own the Galaxy S6 edge plus. Not had any problems until this week. Battery was draining so fast, like 3 - 4 hours. Factory reset the phone and it is now back to optimal condition and speed. Battery life is perfect again. Why do people have to slate samsung who are a top company when it comes to technology. They are at the fore-front of design and development. It was a glitch in the system and these things happen from time to time as with all phones. Look at Blackberry and the issues they had. People, if you don't like the company for what ever reason, then don't buy their products. Simples !!!!!
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2016Nobody should have to put their phone under cold water in order to cool it down. Something is ... moreAnother desperate apple shill. Face it buddy if Samsung don't break you, android from China will....too little ,too copied, ...too late. My 6 edge plus runs great. If we could have live visuals of posters, wonder how many posting as members of the public, would be shown to be sat in an apple Pr building.?
joly, 01 Oct 2016Every time when I see article for Samsung the most of them are bad news and they prise apple
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2016It doesn't matter how big Samsung is. IT CAN GO DOWN and this is the beginning its downfall fo... moreYou don't think you are being ridiculous with that apreciation that you made about Samsung? After what he told about Samsung, even so you think that Samsung can go down and this is the begining of the downfall? That is not like what you think. Being like that it also can happen the same to Apple, remember that, or like is happening to Sony.
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2016It doesn't matter how big Samsung is. IT CAN GO DOWNwhen that time come apple will go down first
Grey1213, 01 Oct 2016I have defended Samsung a lot to date, but going to stop doing this now.same here
Nobody should have to put their phone under cold water in order to cool it down. Something is seriously wrong with the hardware and/or software there. Bad design and engineering. In Shamesung's case, it's some of both.
And here you have people who don't know how to read bashing Samsung. The issue was caused by Occulus software and not Samsung, grow up you little children.
I have defended Samsung a lot to date, but going to stop doing this now.
raghud, 01 Oct 2016And the safe note 7 exploded in China, within a day.There is no such thing as safe Note7 in China. Note7 in China were never replaced nor its faulty because it had been using ATL batteries since launch day.
My phone in S7 i bought 2 month ago , over the last days is running slow and feels hot with drain of Battery , I noticed few days ago an updates of the occulus application and today I read that it could cause this So how should I fix this problem >
I have defended Samsung a lot to date, but going to stop doing this now. I do plan to get a Note 7, because it is the best productivity phone in the world, period, and it's features are genuinely useful, not to mention the S7 derived camera. However, I owned two (purchased new) Note 4s, and the proximity sensor on both of them failed only weeks into ownership, requiring an annoying warranty repair. (To be fair, I know lots of people with none Galaxy Note phones, such as S4, S5 etc, and they have had no issues even after years of use.) However, I think that in trying to attack Apple, Samsung are failing to do enough robust QA on phones they try to launch ahead of Apple. (Robust QA is what Nokia are or were world leaders at, using robot like machines to simulate human use and misuse, and then fixing what fails so it is more reliable out in the real world.)
For me, a Note is vital to my work, not a plaything like an iPhone, so it cannot fail, at least not within the first few years.
So I'm calling on Samsung (who I hope read these forums) to up their game on the QA front, and if that means a phone is released a month or two after Apple launch a new iPhone, so be it, I'll wait! If I wanted an iPhone that badly, I would get one already.