Anonymous, 10 Oct 2016>Note 7 Explode >S7 edge Touchwiz, no root, fragile glass, may explode. > Lg G5 ... moreYou forgotten Sony's broken screen fiasco remember? Bought 2 both of them got broken never Crappy Sony again
AnonD-259152, 10 Oct 2016People, just accept that Samsung has just failed in smartphone business. Lack of innovation, s... moreSamsung is a HUGE corporation, and they DO make good phones, so i don't think it will ever "fail". I mean,they even make tanks!!!!
AnonD-119751, 10 Oct 2016I have been supporting Samsung these days, not anymore . My new note 7 slips from my pant pock... moreYoo but that's only your fault that it drop does not means phone is bad only no shock resistance and think about a phone which 75% os screen ho easily can break its a lot
AnonD-119751, 10 Oct 2016I have been supporting Samsung these days, not anymore . My new note 7 slips from my pant pock... moreit's not a joke. I have Lumia 920 with corning gorilla glass 3. It falls from me more than 100 times during 4 years of using and it still working without any break. Also it got the latest operating system same as new phones. This is why am trusting Microsoft and Nokia.
Waiting Surface Phone. Am Nokia and Microsoft fan. More than 10 years with Nokia and Microsoft. I can't remember that I had any issue with hardware or software. So they are the only makers that I trust. Also I see all apple users having the same feeling.
I have been supporting Samsung these days, not anymore . My new note 7 slips from my pant pocket and display broken from the bottom edge, It was such a mere fall and display got damaged so easily . Whet to Samsung service centre and it will cost another 300$ replace the display . This phone display can be easily broken if the phone falls on the edge display no mater how small the fall is and this gorilla glass 5 is a joke.
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2016I am using samsung phones for the last 5 years (mostly note series). I would not get note 7 ... moreWho cares.. no one asked you what handset you are buying or if you don't want the note 7 for free,seriously..
I am using samsung phones for the last 5 years (mostly note series).
I would not get note 7 even if it is free.. will probably get pixel xl a chance or may even go to the dark side (iphone). After all cgange is not a bad thing.. usually:)
Samsung fanboys where are you?? Did apple or the usa government set Samsung up? Only ONE phone caught fire from replacement right? LoL Note 7 replacements are the safest phones available on the market, remember they have been through extra care after the first disaster. I guess the truth comes out now and the real problem is in the design of the phone. Using subpar material in a $899 product. Crappy engineering by Samsung!! Cutting cost to increase profit!! Crappy touch wiz is to blame as well. Samsung has the right combination of making a piece of crap.
Touchwiz, no root, fragile glass, may explode.
> Lg G5
Cheap hardware, bootloops.
No 3.5 headphones jack.
>huawei, xiomeme, ZTE, lenovo (moto), oppo
All Chinese brands that either will fail you by hardware or software.
Last one looks ugly.
I guess the only choice for me now is the HTC 10, god, that Red one is so sexy!!
Samsung wants to harm us, why buy something harmful? It's best to stay away from all Samsung products!!
DantE O2, 10 Oct 2016lol,
you are the one who can't read mr????.Anonymous
i never said they announced a limit for... moreAnd that is what I told you in the begining itself, nobody does that! You are claiming that new note 7 users do so, but as I see, not one does so!
Just cause few incidents, which are yet to be proven as caused by any problem for the device, there is no need for any fear as you say. These incidents do not look to be legitimate, considering that it was seen happening only in the US, with the device being available in most markets.
The probability of the certain items of product having a defect, and malfunctioning only in the US and one isolated one in taiwan, is unbelievaly low!
Have a good day!
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2016with all due respect, what? You can read, can't you?
The initial device which had the prob... morelol,
you are the one who can't read mr????.Anonymous
i never said they announced a limit for the replacement badge i'm saying because of the previous incidents on faulty badge ""even"" people with the replaced note 7 are taking care and not doing a full charge i didn't say someone told them to.
they won't risk a full charge they don't want to set their home or bedroom on fire for nothing that's why.if you can't understand this very simple statement do not bother spamming anymore, thanks.
DantE O2, 10 Oct 2016so you are saying it was 80% mark being true not 60%??
thanks for your confirmation.alright 8... morewith all due respect, what? You can read, can't you?
The initial device which had the problem was allowed up to 80 percent. PERIOD !
The replacement has no limit as so. And no user is charging up to any specific limit. Please, do look up for enough and sufficient knowledge before blabbering about things you have little understanding off ignorantly. PEACE!
I mean, let aside the fact that Samsung has totally and forever trashed its name and reputation, isn't it the time that some governments do their jobs and sue the heck out of Samsung? If this will happen, Samsung won't be able to cope with this pressure and collapse. Fingers crossed!
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2016Even the intial device which was defected and was to be replaced was later on allowed to be ch... moreso you are saying it was 80% mark being true not 60%??
thanks for your confirmation.alright 80% after that but at first was 60%.
still that doesn't make a difference i said everyone is taking care not to charge it full and to a certain mark.whether it'd be 60% or 80% doesn't change things it's meant to prevent the incidents which could happen at 100%.
the f*ol below your comment said there was no such thing, lol he is a caveman maybe, not even worth a direct reply.