40% are using their heads. Their phones have so many issues it's not even funny. How people can say they have no problems with their phones is really beyond, you guys are flat out lying.
Jarret, 14 Oct 201680% Android owner won't buy iPhone7No head phone jack, you mean 100%?
It's should be safe as long you stick to samsung phones with removable battery.
Low/mid-range samsung phones are also safe.
I'm currently using Grand Prime. Planning to get Samsung J7 next month.
Sample size too small for a reliable conclusion, GSMarena should report low quality news like this.
Mzma PIB, 14 Oct 2016Xiaomi coz I use phone for simple task..Yeah and also persuade few persons not to buy Samsung smartphones. They went with other brands, including Xiaomi.
Me too. After they rejected to change defective display on my sgs6, saying poor viewing angles and noticeable color shift even with little angles is ok.
And not just phones. Was considering Samsung 4K monitor and SSD but went with another brands after this.
They can only blame themself. You can't sell premium devices with no aftersell service and without quality control.
Samsung still makes parts for other smartphone brands so it'll still be around...
Just like Sony, its not popular but still around and many other brands s uses a camera and/or battery module from Sony...
I have had the Samsung Captivate, S4, S5, S6 and now the Note 5. I wanted the Note 7, but it's not to be. I'll keep the Note 5 and see what comes next. I have an iPad but can't deal with an iPhone. (Had an iPhone 5).
the pixie phony device looks terribly cheap, there are tons of chinese branless phones that look like this pixie gadget, no, no way I woud spend 700+ dollars in such cheap looking thing
i will still stay with Samsung. Things happen, Samsung was quick to take care of the situation. Samsung just needs to drop all the bad suppliers they have and not rush to release phones without proper testing. GM and Toyota had issues not long ago, has anyone forgotten? where people died because the car would not stop and the ignition issue with GM cars, that was much worse where people died. But guess what both car manufacturers are selling strong aren't they?
So Samsung will march on and people will still buy their phones, TV, home appliances etc. This is not the end of the Samsung Note, it will make a comeback albeit with a different name and I imagine it will be miles ahead of the competition. Not to mention now they should be kicking in gear some really futuristic tech to their next gen phones to wow customers back to the brand.
They will to buy Samsung products again.Just wait the S8.The consumers just are a few angry with the company. All wishes to have their Note 7 with they.This angry is compreensive.
Yes, Samsung messed up big time with the Note 7. But they are a big enough company to come back from this. In a way it's good as a wake up call for them. They will bounce back with their next device S8 and S8 Edge. Hopefully if rumours are true and they cancel the 'Note' series they make a suitable replacement.
Google pixel is def an ugly looking phone and on top no memory card slot. For me galaxy S7E is the phone to switch to as earlier i sold my s7e to buy note 7
J o m s, 14 Oct 2016What is 400 people out of million Samsung users? Dude your math suxs.