Julliard, 18 Oct 2016Should business premises banned this phone too? Any Note7 users not allowed to eat at restaura... moreTake into consideration that a overheated phone presents a danger to you and those within your immediate vicinity. Couple that inside a pressurised metal cabin and you could have a very serious problem to contend with 30,000 feet up in the air. Not to sound cliché but it is better to be safe than sorry
Should business premises banned this phone too? Any Note7 users not allowed to eat at restaurant. Not allowed to enter public toilet. Not allowed to go shopping in a mall. Not allowed to go near a hospital. Not allowed to many many things. Basically, Note7 users not allowed to be on Earth. When banning have no limits. *sigh
[deleted post]Dude they're humans not Gods so they're doing mistakes please stay calm and avoid to get fooled just get full refund
Mkdc, 15 Oct 2016Excellent initiative by us department of transport. Totally agree with you.
Hope next step - the gouverment asking Samsung to block all N7 IMEI numbers.
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2016Good joke...I believe this will be the Security job, not the fligh attendents one.
AnonD-597058, 16 Oct 2016Yeah, a 17 billion dollar loss is not a scratch on Samsung.
Yeah ,right......Infographic by TufiTech
This article describes how big is Samsung
And even if it was a problem, Samsung has such strong presence in the market and incredible advertising that they can recover from a 17$ billion loss as soon as next uear, something few companies can do.
I am no Samsung fanboy( i am in fact trying to stay away from their mid-rangers cz they lack strong hardware and the new ones(j7 prime,A5(2016)... are just too expensive in my country) but i don't like people taking advantage of the Note 7 catastrophe to bash previous Samsung products and Samsung as a whole.
Anonymous, 16 Oct 2016You got a link for this ? This should be news worthy to be fairI think i was a bit wrong on the numbers, but their were still fake situations, or should i say "frauds":
[https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=1&ved=0ahUKEwi_16Pmg9_PAhXBfRoKHWswAEcQFggbMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.inquisitr.com%2F3493672%2Fsamsung-galaxy-note-7-are-fake-stories-of-explosions-emerging%2F&usg=AFQjCNHNS1eN6IOv4P_Ss7tsecMFH25ZdQ] is good,have a look at it!
Anyway, i am not saying you should not return your Note 7, as it can cause harm to your surrounding and you.
Raphi7, 15 Oct 2016Could you understand that the Note 7 explosions are not even a scratch to Samsung???? By the ... moreDo you realize that i didn't invent samsung rushing note 7? Do you realize that experts in the industry have sources that tell them samsung told their workers to rush note 7? Do you realize that samsung themselves said that they failed at quality assurance with note 7?
A New Year party is starting...
Everybody is so excited...
Someone just got from ebay an very old phone instead fireworks....
They put on charge for 2 hours....
Then power on....
Running some applications on it...
Power off et voila it starts on fire...
The phone that never let you down....
Cant believe half of the rubbish written here....Samsung's only mistake here was trusting the battery manufacturers...even then there were only a small percentage of handsets that caught fire and i am still not convinced that all of these fires were of the phones fault....Again Samsung behaved responsibly in trying to eliminate the issues .....In the last week we have seen over 7 examples of iphone 7 customers handsets catching fire and what was the response from news agencies...nothing.......so there does seem to be a rule for 1 and a different set of rules for another.
Just picked up my Samsung S7 edge , a brilliant handset that works with my vr headset'
One other point is that there seems to be a pattern of handsets catching fire only in the usa .....not really sure why , maybe the phone was too clever for the general american......i dont want to tar all americans with the same brush.....but as we say over here .....there are a lot of donald trump supporters in the usa and we all know their general understanding is limited
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2016Get a life. Really. And you took the time to respond to my original post. Pot meet kettle.
AnonD-569198, 15 Oct 2016I understand it is UNDER the title - in rinky dink little font size.Get a life. Really.
Mkdc, 15 Oct 2016That's what happens when a company cares more about defeating and matching competition instead... moreCould you understand that the Note 7 explosions are not even a scratch to Samsung????
By the way, they are much more present in mid-range and low-end phone+ this is all brand reputation damage, wich i am sure Samsung will fix with their strong advertising.
Also i don't think they rushed cz the launch date was the same as the one of the Note 5
AnonD-429188, 15 Oct 2016Cant believe half of the rubbish written here....Samsung's only mistake here was trusting the ... moreIn fact, samsung proved that approximately 25 out of 36 device explosions that took place before the second recall were situations where Samsung couldn't take actions, probably cz they were fake.
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2016Think you should look again. The date is directly under the title.I understand it is UNDER the title - in rinky dink little font size.
AnonD-429188, 15 Oct 2016Cant believe half of the rubbish written here....Samsung's only mistake here was trusting the ... moreI believe your statements can be thrown into the pile of rubbish. In fact, they're so bad they're not even worth addressing the details.