after Samsung note 7 demise, they posted another shocking news about Samsung edge? I think they want Samsung company to go down a little coz it seems that they wont give up with their ultimate Samsung 8 phone next year.
AnonD-416078, 21 Dec 2016Hi, guy from the future (V10 not G10) Your text is a bit confusing, are you still using 6s+ or not?im using both , V10 and s6+
AnonD-292154, 21 Dec 2016Sony is after iPhone and boomsung. They sell a lot.lolz @boomsung
Anonymous, 21 Dec 2016That's cos Sony doesn't sell enough phones to explodehahahaha daaaaamn that burn xd
Anonymous, 21 Dec 2016That's cos Sony doesn't sell enough phones to explodeSony is after iPhone and boomsung. They sell a lot.
AnonD-190634, 21 Dec 2016*looks fearfully at his s7 edge*DON'T LOOK AT IT, THEY CAN SMELL YOUR FEAR.
Go and hide behind the first apple tree you find! :v
Considering how long The s6 edge plus have been out I don't think it's nothing to worry about now ah I think people are just waiting for the next Samsung device to catch fire bitch and moan
Note Edge user, 21 Dec 2016Ditching the removable battery was their biggest mistake. This is what happens. Disposable pie... moreThere was no issues from S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, A3, A5, A7... Those mobile phones from Samsung has Non-Replaceable Batteries but why there's no reports of Battery Explosion? Galaxy Note7 was so special that they manufactured it separately with the other Samsung phones.
mir, 21 Dec 2016They've been infecting people in the middle-east for quite a while now.Oh my god, best joke ever!! HAHAHAHA
Not much people will understand it tho. :v
Funny how we never heard of any samsung phone exploding prior to the note 7 fiasco now people will do anything to get some attention
Anonymous, 21 Dec 2016Sony is true, practical, and the new king.That's cos Sony doesn't sell enough phones to explode
Most of the phones are now coming with non removable batteries and being an advocate of removable batteries, I'm quite afraid using my Redmi Note 3 which has got a non removable battery for prolonged period. I remember I used a few Samsung phones and other companies phones, well all of them I used in the past had removable batteries and after heavily using them (mostly for gaming) for over a period of an year, the batteries got swollen and thankfully being removable in nature, I changed them with new batteries. The problem with non removable battery is that you won't even know if the battery has swollen and this can cause explosion. So I always favour removable batteries but most of the manufacturers these days, due to their greed, are coming up with phones that houses sealed batteries..