Savor , 05 Oct 2016People need to stop defending Samsung. I tried to. Even during the recall, I knew it would be ... morePeople need to stop ragging on acting like each and every case was completely legit or as if similar cases have not happened with most other phone brands.
But here you are
One year ago, I bought my last Samsung device... ever! No removable battery is no buy, especially after this fiasco. I'll change my nickname into LG fan from now on. My V10 is a wonderful beast. ^^ I'll keep my Note Edge until it dies (and hope it doesn't burn up before that).
Take it easy guys, calm down.
Yet to see if this is the next(of many so far) scammer with wide menial media support.
Well if it's really what the media say it's very very bad for Samsung.
But the case look unreal and scam. You know how much the US authorities, and media wanna help their local brands - iPhone7 and Pixel not to be smashed by Samsung. Right?
Any dirty attacks are possible.
So , let's wait a little. Can we?
Anonymous, 05 Oct 2016Well not true. He said it caught fire shortly "after" turning off, so the defect could well ha... moreur twisting the words aren't ya??
"Here's what allegedly happened. Brian Green, the owner of the exploding phone, turned it off after boarding, as per the flight crew's instructions. He put it in his pocket when it began smoking. "
it doesn't say it caught fire SHORTLY after turning it off... it doesn't make a line of events after boarding and putting in his pocket could've been seconds or minutes... there's even a Period in between so it's a different sentence...
Anonymous, 05 Oct 2016Well not true. He said it caught fire shortly "after" turning off, so the defect could well ha... moreFor that to be true the phone would have literally have been to hot to touch surely? If not surely it would have cooled down sufficiently not to catch fire. In either case the phone would have been noticably excessively hot, which means the phone would not fucntion normally. I don't see how anyone could not notice that.
People need to stop defending Samsung. I tried to. Even during the recall, I knew it would be worse if the replacements were burning up too. Well that nightmare scenario is coming true.
Sure, it hasn't happened to you (yet). But it might still happen whether tomorrow or a day passed your warrsnty. And other Note7 owners who are in the same transportation as you, just increases those chances of burning up.
LG V20 or iPhone 7 Plus. Avoiding Samsung phones for the rest of my life.
I think this is fake. Lol catching fire when turned off? Really? Nah I'm waiting for the investigation.
Estimu, 05 Oct 2016exactly my first thought, the old note 7 didn't catch fire while turned off, seems pretty fish... moreWell not true. He said it caught fire shortly "after" turning off, so the defect could well happen "while" the device was turning off.
I'm no detective but would it not take a fair amount of time for it to burn right through the carpet to the floor of the plane? How come no one smelt anything before it got to that point? I should imagine by that point their would have been a quite a strong smell in the plane for a quite a few seconds. It doesn't seem quite right somehow.
No Note 7 for me or any Samsung after this disaster. My life and others mean more than a shiny toy.
JMTM, 05 Oct 2016Nice to see this is happening in somewhere not
South Korea where Samsung can can control eve... moreThey can even made the phone to have their own will
As quoted :
"a 'safe' Note7 spontaneously decided to catch fire. "
The Note7 decided to catch fire, no one put fire in the hole but it's the Note7's will so it decided to catch fire
Mr.Truth, 05 Oct 2016Not a fanboy, but still I kinda smell something Fishy in this News, why in America and especia... moreSoon on other countries. Someone know where are these defective or intended to fire note 7. Dirty business!
Mr.Truth, 05 Oct 2016Still, just expressing my doubts. I hope the authorities would come up with more legit report ... morethey will.
this is not a simple incident like other cases,it happened on an airplane they will not let it go so simple without proper investigations.they have to explain to people what happened there so they will get to the bottom of this.
Mir, 05 Oct 2016Or may be .. it is time now to stop using cheap quality material. Probably, but i don't think that the Samsung company can fall in a mistake like this very easily, because recalling these huge amounts of smartphones and changing the batteries then send it back to the costumers means that Samsung is not reckless to this point, it is just a very bad luck.