Oh yes of course Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was or is one of the most beautiful and most powerful phones on the market so we all join in the pain and lost Samsung has suffered. Now some body tell me how many copies were sold and how many exploded? Are there people still using it or nobody is using it any more on earth? some one tell me please.
Anonymous, 18 Dec 2016Yeah no. They had a few more. That's it. It still happens to almost every phone line every yea... moreIt doesn't happen to every phone every year, not even close. Maybe you should lie about things that aren't easily proven false.
Mhowden62395, 19 Dec 2016This Guy? so you have preched apple but have said you wont buy a phone without a removable bat... moreYou're confused, I have never "preached" Apple. I think iPhones are pretty much the worst phones you can buy.
i am a samsung user i love note series, Note 7 was in some of the best phones in the market to buy but due to this issue it has stopped its good now note 8 is gona be more AWSM cant wait to buy it.
AnonD-560664, 19 Dec 2016As I said in another post: all lithium ion batteries are tricky to use and occasionally have p... moreThis Guy? so you have preched apple but have said you wont buy a phone without a removable battery...
Also you mention the "hype" i cant remember there ever being a hype about awful products so the fact of the matter is, brand wars or not, that hype has come from somewhere...
AnonD-560664, 19 Dec 2016As I said in another post: all lithium ion batteries are tricky to use and occasionally have p... moreApple take responsibility and recall at their own expense?
Now I know you are a noob
Anonymous, 18 Dec 2016Before you get all sanctimonious, check out the link below. Assuming GSM posts this.... http:... moreAs I said in another post: all lithium ion batteries are tricky to use and occasionally have problems - in any device. Maybe hold off on being sanctimonious yourself until Apple recalls an entire model and have their devices banned from planes and phone networks.
AnonD-560664, 18 Dec 2016Well if you buy another Samsung and get burnt, who is at fault? I don't want anyone to get ... moreI don't care. Lol. Buying another samsung won't make me jailed. I will buy the next s8.
Anonymous, 17 Dec 2016I don't buy it. Samsung has never been able to reproduce the problem in the lab (which is unde... moreBut it is explode or catching fire not a simple problem. It is very serious, I think the design could be fault not only the battery problem.
If That Would Be The Case
Then If You Will Going To Fix The Issue And Then Sent It Back To The Store This Device Wont Be Sold Everywhere Since For Its Past Result I Will Recommend To Throw It Away After the Investigation Since All Of The Customer Has A Trauma On This Device Already
AnonD-560664, 18 Dec 2016Well if you buy another Samsung and get burnt, who is at fault?
I don't want anyone to get ... moreBefore you get all sanctimonious, check out the link below. Assuming GSM posts this....
I think JerryRigEverything from Youtube has a pretty solid reason on why Note 7 is exploding, look it up.
Being human, each of us has his/her own taste, likes and dislikes. I like the Note series because of S-Pen. People who like other brands, e.g. iPhone, have their own preferences. It is not very wise to get in to brand wars. Samsung is not going to end due to failure of Note 7. Similarly other good brands are also there to stay until they have a market.
AnonD-560664, 18 Dec 2016Nope. Wrong. The scale and severity of the Samsung problem stands alone. The last serious prob... moreYeah no. They had a few more. That's it. It still happens to almost every phone line every year. And that doesn't change the fact of anything else I stated. Just you picking and chooses and dancing around the rest.
Please continue making a fool of yourself though. It's entertaining
Anonymous, 18 Dec 2016So if you don't buy samsung and still get burnt it's your fault? Or better yet does that mea... moreWhen you've calmed down, post what you're actually trying to say, becuase your last one was incoherent.
Anonymous, 18 Dec 2016You mean like Sonys xperia line up that one crack renders the screen useless?
Htc that use... moreNope. Wrong. The scale and severity of the Samsung problem stands alone. The last serious problem with batteries was with laptops over a decade ago. Some phones have issues but they never get banned and forcibly deactivated by phone companies and legislation.
Phone makers do not have widespread battery problems every year. That's just not true. Lithium ion batteries are inherently tricky and you'll get some issues no matter where you use them (for example, in a Boeing 787, lol).