D9, 21 Dec 2016Such a great phone to let go. Why couldn't Samsung fix up the problem for good?!Do you even know why all of this happened?
Every phone from every brand has some space above the battery because batteries swell over time and usage.
But your precious Shamesung cut that space in order to make the phone slimmer. (no brainer idea).
When the battery got too hot and started to swell, there was no space for it to rise and the inevitable occurred: BOOM!
This is Samsung's true quality!
Now run along and buy as many phones from them as you can for your family and your loved ones.
I myself won't even get close to their stores.
And now, after the Nuclear 7 failure, after their washing machines exploding, it seems the S6E+ is on the same path!
I'm soooo glad I went with a different brand..
But seriously now, let's leave the brand war aside: do you really want a device that might explode on you maybe while you sleep or when you hold your phone to your ear? Or maybe give it to your kids to play games on it??
Just imagine the harm it could do to a small child! It can kill or damage someone for life!
I think it's time for fanboys to snap the funk out of it and see the reality as it is.. Dangerous AF!
Such a great phone to let go. Why couldn't Samsung fix up the problem for good?!
To the keepers it will really suck. No problem with the new updates, most of the keepers changed the OS into custom builds safely working around any attempted limitations (is just not received) - now what is a prob is in the future, having no sources released by sammy anything being development ends-up being no completely stable if not based on sammy original builds. Note 7 is a great device but not sure it's worth to keep it on along term due to what is mentioned. Not all devices have the risk that originated the callout. I know many people with working devices.