AnonD-119751, 09 Oct 2016i got my phone replaced week and today it just slip from my hand while pulling out of pocket a... moreIt is not unbreakable. Any corner hit will break it. Should have had a case.
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2016which is sad, since whatever Samsung does is dictated by apple. In other words apple is forcin... moreyes, the current samsung is more about reacting and following than to lead the way, unlike nokia taking serious risks during the 2000s while being leader. Even early 2010 samsung is better than now as they took some risks such as releasing a note phablet when everyone was going around 4' displays.
Anonymous, 09 Oct 2016You do know that samsung was into phablets long before iphone even thought off such plus size ... moreYou do know that samsung released notes previously in october and once apple launched its first plus size iphone, samsung had to push early note's release to august?
Mkdc, 09 Oct 2016No matter how samsung supporters spin about it, samsung themselves clearly view iphone plus as... morewhich is sad, since whatever Samsung does is dictated by apple. In other words apple is forcing them to make moves.
the same with the pixel. Google will wait for the iphone to come out, then release a phone based on the specs of the latest iphone. Example, iphone 7 has 12megapixel camera, Google releases a phone with 12.8 megapixel, iphone 7 has 7 megapixel selfie camera, Google pixel comes out with an 8, all these manufactureres will fail as usual if they think they can compete against apple, they always do and always will.
your only hope for the android fan boys is to to say, "well android has 80% market share" (android being 50 different manufactueres, apple being just the ios)
It's weird how they picked on this phone only seems like more false claims and sabotaging
What intrigues me is that with all the countries the note 7 is available, only the US seem to have this problem now, and one alleged isolated incident in taiwan.
Mkdc, 09 Oct 2016No matter how samsung supporters spin about it, samsung themselves clearly view iphone plus as... moreYou do know that samsung was into phablets long before iphone even thought off such plus size phones, and started into it only because of the note's success.
AnonD-126854, 08 Oct 2016No need for Samsung to rush with Note7. Out there is simply no other device in this category... moreNo matter how samsung supporters spin about it, samsung themselves clearly view iphone plus as a competitor to the note series, and for the first time, they also feel the threat of the excellent v20. There is a reason why note series release in august instead of october (because of iphone plus). There is a reason why they release a galaxy S phablet (because of iphone plus again), especially already releasing a successor to the galaxy s6+ after 6 months.
i got my phone replaced week and today it just slip from my hand while pulling out of pocket and display got broken at bottom edge. I am super upset , Gorilla glass 5 is unbreakable it just got broken by a very low fall. Contacted Samsung customer care , requested to bring the device tomorrow. Hope i will have good news.
DantE O2, 09 Oct 2016not 1. there was 2 and here comes the third fanboys.
http://wccftech.com/replacement-galaxy-n... moreThere were three this week although ne. All "safe" phone exploding.
There is also a video of one going up in Korea.
Anonymous, 09 Oct 2016Really, one defective device cant define the product line? But it aleady did, in the real world. not 1. there was 2 and here comes the third fanboys.
Anonymous, 09 Oct 2016Really, one defective device cant define the product line? But it aleady did, in the real world. Please do explain your point. If one product defecting can define the entire range, then why is the iphones and most other brands that had experienced atleast one of their products defecting in the 'real world' and ending up burning up, still existing in the market?
Fact is, all products with lithium ion battery can degrade and flaming up unexpectedly because of its not so stable nature. So if people are afraid of a samsung product, similar caution must be placed for products with similar lithium batteries.
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2016Nope. I completely disagree with you. One single product failure can never define the entire p... moreReally, one defective device cant define the product line? But it aleady did, in the real world.
AnonD-442781, 09 Oct 2016The ones limited to 60% were the old ones that needed to be replaced. I'm not the one claiming... moreno you are the one so sure they are safe so you are the one who knows everything on planet earth,
i clearly said we should wait until the dust settles and no ones knows yet.
you fans , lol can't you even read?
sammy sacred people to death with the first batch i bet a lot of them are still charging to 60% with the new ones.
DantE O2, 09 Oct 2016everything has a beginning.so far 2 of them. i'm not calling the replacements faulty cause we... moreThe ones limited to 60% were the old ones that needed to be replaced. I'm not the one claiming to know everything, you are. I'm saying you don't know everything.
AnonD-442781, 08 Oct 2016Carriers are responding to the hysteria to give consumer confidence. They don't know any more ... moreeverything has a beginning.so far 2 of them.
i'm not calling the replacements faulty cause we don't know about the cases yet but the ones talking about it 100% sure that the devices are safe are talking outta thin air and nothing else i said even carriers don't know about it.but these fans know everything even better that's funny.
also note 7 users are told not to charge more than 60% that would lower the number of incidents on it's own.
AnonD-442781, 08 Oct 2016The replacement note 7s seem to be fine.Not realy http://kstp.com/news/samsung-replacement-phone-melted-zuis-farmington/4285759/?cat=1