D9, 14 Oct 2016If i have bought Note 7, I probably won't bother to return tooNo chances to sue Samsung under these circumstances.
I'm writing this for all of you guys you want to keep your N7.
Guys, did you completely lost your minds? Are you going to risk to set-up your house in fire (and the insurance will pay nothing)? Are you going to risk to be returned from the Security check at airport? What if your cell is going to blow-up in a hotel room, during your vacation in Canada!? Do you really understand the risk?
BTW... just so you know, Samsung and/or mobile carriers can block your IMEI. Also, because the recall, you can't make Samsung responsible for a fire damage.
Cheers and good luck keeping your beloved N7!
Pew, 14 Oct 20160.01% of these devices caught fire...it's not that terrible...Your number be valid, but in US only. Note 7 was available almost globally. And it was only 2 months since release. Just imagine what the numbers would look like in half a year.
MaxSmarties, 14 Oct 2016It wouldn't be nice to be part of that 0,01%.... and the number probably is much higher than that0.01% would be 250 phones and i don't think were even half way there yet for reported cases.
I think total recall of Note 7 was a radical measure from Sammy, under pressure of media (read Apple).Ok, any explosives, but not all .For 2 hundreds of Note 7 explosives had 2 million and a half not explosives.Finding what are causing the issue Samsung would fix it and return,maybe with a reduced price.But put almost 3 millions more top smartphone in trash is insanity.
Pew, 14 Oct 20160.01% of these devices caught fire...it's not that terrible...It wouldn't be nice to be part of that 0,01%.... and the number probably is much higher than that
Using Note7 just from after it released though it has exploding chsnce but i wanna use it as long as i can hope it wont explode
Imperator Neubaticus, 14 Oct 2016I wouldn't mind keeping my note 7 even if that means not being able to update it, then wait fo... moreAll of them have the same risk of explosion, your included. It's not a defective batch. It's a defective design.
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2016I see decades later from now a perfect working Note 7 commanding a high price on ebay.Perfectly working.... till the next explosion
I can see many dishonest stores still selling the product, at a discount, to ignorant buyers
I see decades later from now a perfect working Note 7 commanding a high price on ebay.