AnonD-547447, 08 Oct 2016What happened to Note 7 is a big big big No in the industry... after recalling millions due to... moreNope. I completely disagree with you. One single product failure can never define the entire product line. Samsung did make a msitake in the first batch, but the new stock is not refurbished, but newly produced with new components. The media just over hyped the whole situation for their benefit, and made seem that the whole note line is defected.
One thing for sure is no large-scale production company can produce without any single product being defecting.
AnonD-126854, 08 Oct 2016No need for Samsung to rush with Note7.
Out there is simply no other device in this category... moreLike anyone cares about crap like the Note 7.It not only explodes, it's also inferior to the 7 plus.Gotta hurt to pay top price for mediocre hardware :(.Oh well, Samsung's users are known to be not very educated anyway.
RIP midranger Note 7.
Mkdc, 08 Oct 2016And for ihaters, they also have the excellent V20 and pretty good pixel xl to choose from. My ... moreNo need for Samsung to rush with Note7.
Out there is simply no other device in this category.
Otherwise I know that US wanna smash the Note, because otherwise their ''innovative'' Apple and the other OEMs have to beg Samsung to sell them the rights to produce Note-like devices.
Note line is getting more and more love and that scare the menial media them.
Be ready fo scammers every day.
Oooh, and now this DOA Pixel. LOL
AnonD-508301, 08 Oct 2016Why even bother? Better get the refund and by iPhone 7 plusAnd for ihaters, they also have the excellent V20 and pretty good pixel xl to choose from. My feeling is that samsung also rushed the "fixed" note 7 in order to come back on store shelves before release of v20 and full iphone 7+ stock availability.
This is what happens when you try to competently seal a device from dust and water, all it does is prevent heat produced from the internal electronics from escaping, which can cause the battery to overheat and combust.
AnonD-547447, 08 Oct 2016What happened to Note 7 is a big big big No in the industry... after recalling millions due to... moreWe don't know what happened with the replacement that had problems yet. Save your conclusions for after we know what happened.
AnonD-442781, 08 Oct 2016Carriers are responding to the hysteria to give consumer confidence. They don't know any more ... moreWhat happened to Note 7 is a big big big No in the industry... after recalling millions due to exploding battery, the replacement also turned out to be vulnerable to the same defect.... even if only one failed, it is already a big deal to the consumer. Thus, it is a big deal to service providers (telcos)...
AnonD-442781, 08 Oct 2016Carriers are responding to the hysteria to give consumer confidence. They don't know any more ... moreThing is that the replacement unit has the exactly same problem and burn marks as the old ones. This is actually quite a significant issue, knowing what happened few weeks ago.
The number of cases is not known.Media reported for 2 for now, but the moment these become 10 or more it will be a total disaster to Samsung.
AnonD-508301, 08 Oct 2016Why even bother? Better get the refund and by iPhone 7 plusTrue. If you really want peace of mind, then just get the refund and buy from other brands instead.
Replacement Note 7 also caught fire in Taiwan. And this news originally from local newspaper
"Apple Daily", lol....Don't know true or not. You can google it or click the link below.
DantE O2, 08 Oct 2016sammy had enough defects to make refund/replacement plan and i was talking about that too. ab... moreCarriers are responding to the hysteria to give consumer confidence. They don't know any more than anyone else at this point. What we know is that there has only been one case of a battery having a problem, and it isn't known why. Other than that there has been no cases whatsoever, in stark contrast to the phones that were recalled, which had more issues. So at the moment, there is no good reason to think the replacement batteries are faulty.
DantE O2, 08 Oct 2016sammy had enough defects to make refund/replacement plan and i was talking about that too.
ab... moreI never said the new incident was not a defect, please read my arguement thoroughly. I am saying even that even if the new incident is a defect, it is quite possible and probable one. No handset producer has produced without any defects, and handsets of every brand has enough record of their products flaming up or bursting as media says.
So if you cannot understand what I am saying, here you go. Just cause one item of a product has malfunctioned does not mean the whole supply of the product is defected. Unless and until more than a few more confirmed cases come up from the new batch of note 7s, the whole arguement of the replacement batch being defected cannot be considered true!
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2016You are totally missing my point! I was saying about the replacement mobile. The first batch h... moresammy had enough defects to make refund/replacement plan and i was talking about that too.
about the new incident sammy fans are talking 100% sure it's a set up or something and i was saying even carriers are not sure about it and that's why they are making exchange plans(fans are acting like carriers didn't do anything at all and i was talking about that).even carriers are acting cautious about the new incident but you guys are so sure about it outta no where.
it could be anyone's fault "the guy" , "at&t" or "sammy" it's not settled yet that's all i'm saying.
DantE O2, 08 Oct 2016"and if any manufacturing defect has occured we would have seen in larger numbers than one or ... moreYou are totally missing my point! I was saying about the replacement mobile. The first batch had problem, samsung themselves admitted that. But these media are generalising that the new replacement note 7 has a defect because one product had a problem. Keep in mind, since the replacement only one handset had a defect. There is always a problem of handsets catching fire because of the lithium ion battery, and for that solod proof exists for all the producers, be ot samsung, apple, lg or some other.
And like you said, defect occur one in thousand in general terms. So, how many thousands are there in a million. Peace!
As another poster alluded-to this seems to be an isolated case with the replacement Note 7. It is similar to the isolated cases of other phones having battery issues like the new iPhone 7 Plus, as BGR reports...
So, does this mean that the iPhone 7 should be recalled or stop being sold by the major U.S. cell carriers? I think we all know the answer to that question. Hence, a similar conclusion could be made for the replacement Note 7.
However, the problem with the Note 7 model is that it seems to be stigmatized as dangerous, due to recent events. Hence, the "marketing and sales" reaction by the major U.S. cell carriers. At this point the carriers are probably considering the device to be not marketable, causes too much device turnover and after-sales effort, and has the potential for lawsuits, founded or unfounded.
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2016Is it confirmed that it is a samsung problem and not people trying to cash in. I personally do... more"and if any manufacturing defect has occured we would have seen in larger numbers than one or even two. "
wrong defects are minor always 1 in thousands.
samsung said certain units from certain battery supplier had the problem,
they took it and still you are defending nothing.lol
AnonD-593873, 08 Oct 2016Any provider exchanges your phone no matter what phone up to 15 to 30 days after purchase. If ... moreread carefully sprint at&t verizon will exchange the replaced note 7 occasionally regardless of your purchase date aside from these carriers T-Mobile also said they can return their purchases within 14 days.
"so again sprint at&t verizon will exchange the replaced note 7 regardless of your purchase date" don't mix everything together.
Haters everywhere spelling doom for samsung lol....sabotage anfd false propaganda the flight issue was only isyet to be confirmed so where from all the overreaction and panic? your schemes will fail, samsung will prevail