AnonD-547447, 10 Oct 2016As far as I know the only thing they innovate on is the screen... AMOLED and 2.5D style... the... moreWhat a nonsense post. When iPhone 3G was released, it was much worse than any other phone in the market. In early-2008, the best smartphone was the Nokia N82. It was better than iPhone 3G in everything.
Even there were memes about the dumbness and the lack of features of the iPhone 3G where they compared it to a stone and other touchscreen smartphones from the time and iPhone was ridiculed:
I really wanted the note 7 as well....this fiasco just needs sorting.....perhaps it would be wise to scrap the note 7 and sadly take a huge hit or redesign the battery and sell off their remaining stock.... i for sure wont purchase one at the moment while all these stories are circulating and defo not at £699 in the uk for a sim free bomb
Maybe the next Note will be named 6, as a downgrade, by following the trend Samsung is on right now, straight to the pit.
Samsung should stop immediately the whole Note 7 series phones and run for the S8 series in CES 2017 next January.
Julliard, 10 Oct 2016Every comparison photo ever. Always going for the apps drawer just to show how similar it is t... moreWhether you like it or not, Samsung copied the look and feel of iPhone into Galaxy S.
I was planning to get Galaxy S way back 2010 because I enjoyed my Omnia II but when I checked the demo unit I already noticed how it looked a lot like a cheap version of iPhone. I asked the sales clerk if I can turn off the Samsung UI and use the stack UI (like what they did on Omnia II), he said no. I said, I will not buy an expensive phone that looks like an iPhone imitation.
AnonD-547447, 10 Oct 2016Galaxy S is Samsung's upgrade from Omnia 2 (Windows Mobile) and Omnia HD (Symbian OS). The lat... moreEvery comparison photo ever. Always going for the apps drawer just to show how similar it is to ios. Why cant they ever just use a normal photo of the homescreen?
AnonD-582357, 10 Oct 2016Yes. The military use it as a grenade hahahaha.ha ha...absolutely great idea...it is look like a rich look and different shape grenade.
Julliard, 10 Oct 2016Remember Samsung F700 back in 2006. That is before the iphone even exist. Galaxy S was based o... moreGalaxy S is Samsung's upgrade from Omnia 2 (Windows Mobile) and Omnia HD (Symbian OS). The later is a Capacitive Touchscreen. In my opinion, both these omnias look a lot better than galaxy S. I had an Omnia 2.
I hope they bring back removable batteries. That was actually a useful feature.
I love Qnovo, 10 Oct 2016Does anyone still dreaming the flexible screen, the battery pinch and explode possibility.all people want flexible screen, except sony fans.
because sony cant make it. lol. poor lcd.
johnnkennedy, 10 Oct 2016Sammy, sold this device to army, atleast they use this for war or something...Yes. The military use it as a grenade hahahaha.
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2016Iphones give you an indication when they are exposed to very high temperatures. Telling you to... moreIt is known that in the presence of extenal heat, phones can heat up and cause for blowing up. Other reasons like keeping the phone in the back pocket and sotting on it can also cause the device to fire. There are reports of all brands ending so.
The replacement note 7 had few reports, but not one have been proved to have a defective. Neither the investigators nor samsung have not yet concluded their investigation, but the media have already jumped to the conclusion that the device is defected.
It may or may not be defected, but fact is every handset have the possibility of burning up, if you want it to. So wait till the investigation is concluded before jumping to the conclusion that it is so and so, because some source said so.
Sammy, sold this device to army, atleast they use this for war or something...
Maybe this is another fiasco like scratchgate. http://www.gsmarena.com/note7_gorilla_glass_5_display_more_likely_to_scratch-blog-20025.php. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nOz4Kf5AL7Q
Stefy , 10 Oct 2016Why removable battery?!
The removable battery phones was from the time when phones tend to fr... moreSorry I disagree completely with your logic. 5-10 years ago was when people replaces their phones ever 6-12 months and I was one of them.
There were many improvements and integrated tech each year that made you want to upgrade.
True process power upgrade
internal storage improvements.
Nowadays you can stay on a phone for several years.
I'm still running my GS3. Admittedly I have wanted to upgrade for the past few years but havent seen a phone that really grabs me.
It is 4 years old and still doing all I need.
Ok a bit laggy and really outdated but as a daily driver it perfect.
two battery replacements and still going strong. Even runs Pokemon which it just shouldn't be able to.
Modern phones have not real difference year to year other than companies inventing improvement,
One year not SD next they re-add it.
Next year no waterproofing this year has it.
These are artificial improvements and not evolution that we had years ago
AnonD-547447, 10 Oct 2016As far as I know the only thing they innovate on is the screen... AMOLED and 2.5D style... the... moreRemember Samsung F700 back in 2006. That is before the iphone even exist. Galaxy S was based on F700.
Imagine buying a Samsung ever again? Better yet, imagine defending them still... people need to wake up
The longer this Note 7 stays in the market the worst of Sammy to lose money