Anonymous, 06 Oct 2016lol no bro. Considering its less than 0.01% handsets and there's very little confirmable evide... moreLess than 0.01% chance? Do you trust them with those numbers? Those liars and theives? For all that matters every phone is defective. Don't get fooled brother. Think before buying this device. You are putting your life and lives of others at risk.
AnonD-442781, 06 Oct 2016Or you can just get a safe replacement like 90% of note 7 owners.There is no safe replacement brother. They are fooling you with their cheap quality phones and you keep going back to them.
Anonymous, 06 Oct 2016Looks like the apple controlled media Pr machine is going to keep this going till the Christma... moreHmmm No one of Note 7 caught fire in their be love home country South Korea!! All caught fire unit in US?? Actually it started from South Korea. Do not try to blame to another country.
It's cost of being number one cellphone maker. If cheap unknown cellphone made in Mainland China caught on fire, not much press care about it. It become big news because the "most expensive" cellphone now days made by "number one" cell phone maker,so people deserve to get safe and wonderful device. It is that make sense.
Do not blame anyone. Just waiting for investigation.
Anonymous, 06 Oct 2016Why not try to put one bullet in the gun barrel and spin the barrel and point it to your head ... morei think that's a 1 in 8 chance if we're talking about revolver as the old days ;)
Looks like the apple controlled media Pr machine is going to keep this going till the Christmas sales period ends, hoping to destroy note 7 sales, and keep bad Samsung stories as near to the S8 as possible. It just shiws the weekness of apples current products, thats why they have a sales propaganda insert story a few spaces up from this one...subliminal eh.
Why it happens only in US and always when a Us brand launches a new product?
They are designed the same as let's say the Canadian variant..so why the hell they are just exploding in US?
Must be some design flaws in the Printed Circuit Board that nearby battery.
Samsung must discontinue N7 and solve all the issues and relaunch N8.
[deleted post]So because you saw a couple people say that somewhere means thats what everyone is doing?
You have to reach that far just to feel justified?
Probably its not the battery that is defective but the NOTE 7's circuit design?
Samsung should altogether stop business with Note 7.... and concentrate on S8. The Note 7 would definitely further damage it's brand value and faith on it. It's hard to digest why a very successful company having more than 7 years of Mobile business is struggling with silly battery issues and that too for it's Note series. Samsung should take it's own time and come up with S8 next year.
Idubbbztv, 06 Oct 2016No one cares about you buddyI care about him
Sorry to say it, but the Note 7 is the biggest flop in smartphone history.
Anonymous, 06 Oct 2016Have you ever considered the more likely possibility that Samesung makes poor quality products... moreOn the whole they do not, I know plenty of people with ageing Samsung phones (S3 in particular, very popular!) And our house is full of their 'white' goods, and all very well built and reliable. Halogen cooker hob, fridge, Galaxy S5 (pretty good actually!). I did have two Note 4s of which both suffered proximity sensor failure and Samsung repaired them under warranty no questions asked, and from the forums, that is a major issue with the Note 4, a bit like this issue with the Note 7 battery. I do agree that Samsung have issues with specific products, but it seems to be limited to the Note series being they are very advanced and they have been rushed to compete with Apple. But this is not the case with their other products that are more mainstream so not 'rushed' to production that effects QA.
this is gradually becoming hysterical. Let's wait for the outcome of the investigation instead of making some wild assumptions.
AnonD-444894, 06 Oct 2016This is Apple work.It would be interesting if it indeed is the case.
Jarret, 06 Oct 2016Apple - the Samsung enemy/rival must be the culprit to viral Note7 problems Have you ever considered the more likely possibility that Samesung makes poor quality products? Overheating, lag, etc are not new to them.
Apple - the Samsung enemy/rival must be the culprit to viral Note7 problems
AnonD-367917, 06 Oct 2016The pictures from the incident (the burnt phone; no discolouration to carpet etc, looks like d... moreSure in the odds of millions and millions, some that are defective in some way or another is expected...but to always be a battery reaction/fire for reports like this is not just part of the odds. If that were the case, then we should expect the same number of iPhone 7 pluses to start exploding next week. In that and how this phone is trying to make it on the scene, Samsung has messed up some where...