heirloom, 13 Dec 2016keeping the device makes sense. In the future these will be collector's items and will comm... moreCollectable item? Have you been to an appraiser? All collectable items lost its value once the seal of the box is removed. A used phone? That drop down the price even lower. If you appraised it with the entire box content that would be nice but just the phone itself wont do you any justice for money. Conclusion, you better of exchanging this device with an s7edge, then you can sell that for much more better value.
keeping the device makes sense.
In the future these will be collector's items and will command ridiculous prices.
PedroTheNeighbor, 12 Dec 2016Battery has no space to expand, and the pressure results with a volatile chemical reaction. I'... moreI never understood people who bought iPhone plus over the Note 7.
It's not even the same category of phones. One is a "pro" phone (pen et al), the other is an elongated iPhone. I still don't see who those two share customers.
I.E. the type of guy who wants or needs an iPhone would never consider a Note and the other way around ... those two phones are very different in almost everything. I never understood who "instead of Note" bought an iPhone.
(Btw the phone closest to Note 7 is the S7 edge, almost equally big screen sans pen).
The 10% left is people who will never return it because they have beat the system by rooting the phone and putting a custom rom on it. There is nothing Samsung a do about that. You can't force people to return something they don't want to.
AnonD-548804, 13 Dec 2016And who cares if changing the imei is against the law nobody will arrest you lol don't be a pu... moreChanging imei is not going to get you arrested but it is technically illegal. But changing imei of a recalled smartphone that have the potential to explode at any time and putting safety risk on the line, now that is what going to get you arrested for sure.
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2016Of course in some countries (such as mine) changing IMEI is actually illegal.And who cares if changing the imei is against the law nobody will arrest you lol don't be a pu$$y.like I said its easy to do and if people want to keep there phone that's all you have to do
KMB877, 13 Dec 2016And, get kicked out from airplane!I don't go on airplanes lol so no I wouldn't get kicked off
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2016Of course in some countries (such as mine) changing IMEI is actually illegal.I don't know a single country were changing IMEI it is legal. This is exactly like changing a car serial number.
BAUER, 12 Dec 2016What about the people who have bought the Samsung 360 camera,the gear vr which is brand specif... moreIn some markets, if you returned your Note 7, you could get a S7 and they would promise you the S8/N8.
Eske Rahn, 12 Dec 2016The same could be said about a gun that 'everyone' can buy. Liability for consequences caused ... moreI did some research on this topic. Firstly, you do not own your phone's software. You only have a license to use it and in that license there is certainly an entry that lets the manufacturer modify that software or revoke the software license agreement.
Another point is that by bricking the Notes Samsung does not destroy the hardware. It remains completely intact and unmodified. However, by making the phone completely unusable they significantly decreased its value, so they could be brought to court for compensation if they hadn't offered the refund/replacement.
So, what they did is perfectly legal because the users agreed to the terms and conditions.
AnonD-548804, 12 Dec 2016This is what I said from the beginning. Just change imei.dis able update.enjoy your note 7 for... moreOf course in some countries (such as mine) changing IMEI is actually illegal.
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2016If I were a Note 7 owner / user, I would never return it. I would keep it forever and I would ... moreThis is what I said from the beginning. Just change imei.dis able update.enjoy your note 7 for a couple years.
aatif khan, 12 Dec 2016
If legally bought device is dangerous for life and property,any corrective action to stop th... moreYou claim:
"If legally bought device is dangerous for life and property,any corrective action to stop the damage is deemed legal."
But in many countries you can completely legally buy devices INTENDED to be "dangerous for life and property". They are called weapons. So your logic does not hold... sorry
No other samsung ever had so many updates in the short space of time like this one, so they can if they want to lol
The author of the article apologizes for bringing the same outworn topic again but it's gsmarena.com and androidauthority.com where one can constantly see Note7's recall being mentioned in the articles.
PedroTheNeighbor, 12 Dec 2016Battery has no space to expand, and the pressure results with a volatile chemical reaction. I'... moreAnd who was the one on about built in battery's and no SD card slot in note 3 forum not many moons ago in Note 3 forum, God I bet you feel daft now. yeah?
Since its a Total Recall, I believe the issues with Note 7 are just an illusion..