It means VISIBLY 60% of the battery's capacity in the display or 100% when there's actually just 60% (2100 mAh out of 3500 mAh)?
subar, 26 Oct 2016It's funy that there a lot of Note 7 still in the wild, but there are zero reports of Note 7 ... moreMakes you wonder whether samsung shouldn't have discontinued or even recalled the note 7 on the grounds of dubious claims
Do not return it
Do not use it
Charge it once a month to keep battery health
Charge it safe, in a metal box, with a source of water near
Let the scandal go down and people return them all
Do not accept any update
Sell it in february 2017 for 2000 euro to a colector
Sell it before S8 launch, to be still number one and most wanted
AnonD-237590, 25 Oct 2016No more samsung for me, bye bye. That is the whole point. Samsung dont want you to even own a Samsung. Return it!
Samsungforever, 26 Oct 2016Me and my best friend will keep it as it is. We will have these devices in our possessions so ... moreThe Note 7 is the closest phone to perfection, no wonder some people don't wanna take it back
Samsungforever, 26 Oct 2016Me and my best friend will keep it as it is. We will have these devices in our possessions so ... moreYeah just wait untill it explodes...hahaha hope it won't explode near you. Keep safe bro..
Actually, the advanced battery setting on the GN7 allows this to be lifted to 80%. Not sure why GSMarena never mentions that?
Me and my best friend will keep it as it is. We will have these devices in our possessions so that we'll have a good story to tell for the techno0bs in the future. Note7 all the way, baby.
i recommend not returning it and simply getting a refund... instead keep using or not using the Note 7 and hope it catches fire or even explode. by then sue Samsung for millions of $ and potentially receive 1000000000x your money back.
It's funy that there a lot of Note 7 still in the wild, but there are zero reports of Note 7 exploded/burned since Samsung officially end the Note 7.
Anonymous, 25 Oct 2016customer rom here we goJust if you root it, good luck with that.
Don't blame Samsung if the Note 7 put any of your property to flames or kill any of your loved ones.
AnonD-598073, 26 Oct 2016My theory is that it's actually related to the infrastructure of the USB port and the RAM. Ind... moreI couldn't suggest if ram was to blame but the phone does have more than one charging mode depending upon the charger output watts, Qualcomm quick charge tech.
So there's the ability to release an update that could limit charge current but they have not done this they have gone for cell voltage instead so I don't think they have ruled out another possibility but to play it safe they are keeping the cells in a state of less power if it melts down there's less energy, It will be a good read when the true cause of this melt down gets out.
If by any chance someone has had one of these phones "explode", can you please tell me if you noticed it crashing any point beforehand? Not necessarily that day, but it could be a week or a couple of days beforehand.
If you go on youtube and search "samsung galaxy note 7 boot loop", did it do anything like that?
AnonD-548804, 26 Oct 2016This is just stupid.unless the note 8 comes out in Feb alongside the 2 crappy s8 phones people... moreeven though I have a note 7 I wont return it also, don't you guys notice after the second recall still many people using the note and no fire accident reported?? it's odd!
AnonD-351265, 25 Oct 2016Its clearly a thermal runaway issue with the cell, with only 60% charge it will lower the volt... moreMy theory is that it's actually related to the infrastructure of the USB port and the RAM. Indeed the battery ignites, but all batteries ignite if you give them a reason to.
I wouldn't be surprised if Samsung don't find the fault while they're studying the batteries because I don't believe the fault is with the battery itself.
Phone_Guy, 26 Oct 2016Don't even know why people would keep the Note when Samsung is already saying you will be gett... moreThis is just stupid.unless the note 8 comes out in Feb alongside the 2 crappy s8 phones people don't want to wait another year for a note phone.they want it now lol or very soon .then they may return there note 7 handsets