AnonD-452403, 11 Oct 2016I wonder what's funny here when people lose their money through investment on this device. I ... moreSammy will bounce back so hard that they'll buy apple and sell the iphone's as their low budget phones XD
AnonD-514461, 11 Oct 2016If in just 3 years period Xiaomi can reach top5 without even utilizing USA,Europe market,then... moreGo weep at some Nokia dumbphone page please. We're talking about Samsung and their Note7 fiasco. Not Nokia.
Anyway.. glad to see Nokia fanboys exist.
Can't Samsung just make a new model of the Galaxy Note7, maybe a Note7 Neo? Get people interested? Make it safer and maybe make it better than the iPhone 7 Plus (not saying it wasn't already)?
Anonymous, 11 Oct 2016And what makes you think Nokia can become the leading phone manufacturer again?
They've prove... moreIf in just 3 years period Xiaomi can reach top5 without even utilizing USA,Europe market,then Nokia's brand name is enough to give more sales numbers than them with the popular Android Os this time..
And you're wrong,Nokia failed because they made bad choices in terms of Os,and really Nokia couldn't make a good phone lol!..,even with Windows Nokia 930,1020,1520 were great "Smart Phones" except the great apps part ,and even with Symbian,and meego N8,N9 were great phones and contained fetures ahead of it's time..
Go home kid do some research..
AnonD-514461, 11 Oct 2016Yes,just like it took 4 years for Samsung to reach No 1 spot from 2007 ;) And what makes you think Nokia can become the leading phone manufacturer again?
They've proved their the best in making FEATURE phones.
But this is 2016, the era of smartphones. Nokia failed because they couldn't make a good phone, that could attract customers.
AnonD-456829, 11 Oct 2016It is a big blow to Samsung. The best note in the note series was the Note 4 hands down. Since... moreAgreed the Note 4 was the best in the perhaps now dead Note series (I highly doubt the line can continue) and is an absolute classic Android device.
In fact I think Samsung should have stuck with the 'Premium/functional' hybrid style design language they used on the Note 4 and Galaxy Alpha, there was no need to go further down the Premium road like they did as from the Galaxy S6.
What perhaps might have been salvaged had the Note 7 featured a user removable battery?, guess we'll never know.
Vchamp2k, 11 Oct 2016I agree they have to move on with Note 8 (being flat or curved screen or removable battery or ... moreYes I agree they have to sort this problem out first. That recent S7 that went off on the plane and it was evacuated a lot of folk were suspicious of what happened.
I thought the Note7 from China was fine and the other regions were a problem?
Aint no sunshade , 11 Oct 2016Samsung... don't loose heart, we are with you!Correct!
AnonD-405901, 11 Oct 2016First I'm Apple user and S7 Edge user so your paycheck comment is dumb just like you. I think ... moredon't mind that FACTS person, he types the same comments and got deleted 2 posts at the same time from two different posts (i checked cuz he was cursing) so just disregard that and move on ^_^
zodiacfml, 11 Oct 2016I just don't agree on the writer's opinion on pulling the plug from the very beginning. Ele... moreCould be sabotage and it could happen to apple. Lets say apple choose joe bloggs to manufacture their cpu heatsink and thermal cut out but they want to hurt apple all they have do is sabotage their product,, apple put it in 4 million iPhones and they all melt. just an idea.
ohh its really disappionting..
i think sammy should go for removable batteries now,
what about those who has pre booked it..? samsung should make an official statement about it too..
Poor Samsung. Despite I hate their design (non-removable battery, glass back, curved screen), I feel sorry for them. Despite they made efforts in attempt to fix the problem wih replacement devices, they ended up discontinuing the Note 7.
I just don't agree on the writer's opinion on pulling the plug from the very beginning.
Electronics is a complicated thing, add politics and money then you'll have virtually infinite variables to consider for making a decision. Developing and manufacturing costs a lot of money so one cannot just plug the plug if the problem is not prevalent and obvious.
They just chose to withdraw to avoid tarnishing the Samsung brand which might affect other products despite the problem affecting a minuscule percentage of all Note 7's.
I agree they have to move on with Note 8 (being flat or curved screen or removable battery or whatever), but before doing that, what is the root cause of the issue... I want to know if holding anyother samsung phone is safe or not....