JruGordon, 19 Nov 2016Don't believe any news that comes out of CanadaAnd why?
mir, 19 Nov 2016An S7 burned a guy's hands in Canada. And from the photo, it looked like the battery was the c... moreA quick google search will show u that similar incidents happened with other phones, including iPhone 6, 6s and 7. Lithium batteries do occasionally explode, even in e-cigarettes, so it's not only a Samsung thing. Yet those incidents are so rare that it's dumb to obsess about them; it's like never travelling by air because one flight out of 1,000,000 has a problem!
Thankfully the S7 family isn't affected by the same problem as the Note 7 otherwise Samsung would be in a pathetic state. Every manufacturer, be it Samsung or any other brand, should make sure their products are 100 percent safe before making them commercially available. I hope the Note 7 fiasco is never repeated. :D
It wise to skip the whole 7 & future 8 series from Samsung. It'll take time for Samsung to correct itself. But I have confidence they can do it but just not possible to do it in one generation. Good luck Shamsung!
Yeah you guys can criticize all you want but the s7 family is the best option unless you are locked into iOS ecosystem...less because s7 is exemplary and more because competition isn't bringing anything to the table...
mir, 19 Nov 2016An S7 burned a guy's hands in Canada. And from the photo, it looked like the battery was the c... moreExcuses for criticize and bash Samsung. Big lie. If it happened one time in Canada doesn't mean that happen in other places in other countries.
There has been another case in HongKong S7 blowing up, they can't even determine the cause of the NoteBoom 7 exploding so what makes them say it is safe?
Only die hard fans gonna keep using your deadly device.
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2016Samsung is dead since 2014
Goodbye samsungLast great phone: Note 4
Ever since they have yet to make sth nearing its excellence...
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2016Samsung is dead since 2014 Goodbye samsungYou are a smart man.
Galaxy S2 is my last samsung phone
This phone still rocking until now
Meh. It is safe. I still see people using it anyway. Dont even care about fake news saying it explode anymore.
mir, 19 Nov 2016Its all scripted and insincere to be honest.No. The person in charge of Samsung even did an official press conference to officially apologizes in front of the public for Note7 incident before. He even bow down to the public. Only asian do that kind of stuff as they emphasized manner. I dare american company to bow down in public; they cant because of ego.