why samsung doesnt really fully take care about this? if they recall, why didnt they give a 1 week warning that after 1 week, all devices will be disconnected/disabled/bricked?
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2016Even at 30% it'll outlast most other phones in terms of usage.. Especially the iphoneHi hater, how are you today? Did you wake up & want to hate on Apple, no matter what the story was about?
How about you try an iPhone before bashing on it!
FYI, went on a 11 hour trip & used my 7+ to listen to music, play games, send messages & use social media. At the end of the journey I still had 30% battery without using any method to preserve the battery or charging it. Nothing wrong with the battery in an iPhone.
Even at 30% it'll outlast most other phones in terms of usage.. Especially the iphone
You cudnt make this stuff up, it's Sammy's joke of the decade, more to come with there rushed out mobiles for 2017 , watch this space?
am i the only one who finds this note 7 fiasco strange. No note 7 has exploded since it was discontinued round the world, and there are still a lot of them out there. really strange business.
They should brick every Note 7 no matter how much customers love this phone. Then they have no choice but to return it.
That's called hacking to consumers who trusted you and gave you their money and now you force them with ILLEGAL "attempts" where is our rights? Would you pay us our time wasted and all returning cost you greedy tard?
Samsung is slowly pulling the noose tighter and tighter, starting from 30 % and progresses to 0 %.
I can only think those who still keep the note 7 phones are those who operate a private museum or hold a collection of old phones from brick tile thick phones to phones on sale today. Why else would other rational people want to hold on these discontinued phones which had no more value in use?
Why didn't they just stopped all models from charging when they stopped support from it, why do they have to do it in such little steps?