AnonD-85415, 09 Feb 2017Better brands like Sony and HTC? Better to invest in 3T than these 2 brands. Nothing more to ... more3T? That Oneplus brand? No no no. They cheated on benchmark. Its all over the news. I dont trust Oneplus anymore.
Everyone hates me, 09 Feb 2017Oh, that 3T. The most expensive Samsung clone device in the world. That phone which has barely... moreOh yeah that 3T which is not a Samsung clone.(Atleast you did not say iPhone clone like most of iFans say :D :D) The phone which has received Nougat update(don't know in which world you are living) which has a Snapdragon 821 before most of the flagships(except Pixel series and Mi Mix). Yeah that 3T.
Rated as one of the best phones under $400.
....just thinking right....
I know nothing about how waterproofing works but after reading about all those battery explosions and this article here something came to my mind...
Does waterproofing recuires being sealed off and fire requires oxygen?
Was just thinking how is it possible that waterproofed phone can burst into flames from inside(eg. battery) when its sealed off?!@#$//^&
With note7 it had to be faulty waterproofing seals probably made from som cheap material which under temperature somehow melted and allowed an oxygen to go inside to further damage the device...
just thinking...not an expert...
Anonymous, 09 Feb 2017you can't sat it will not happen to the 8th series since they are not out yetAnd I said that? No, I did not.
Anonymous, 09 Feb 2017Sony doesn't make batterys anymore. Sony sold its complete battery business in 2016.They are still making batteries. My friend recently bought a double A Sony battery for our school project
AnonD-85415, 09 Feb 2017Better brands like Sony and HTC? Better to invest in 3T than these 2 brands. Nothing more to ... moreOh, that 3T. The most expensive Samsung clone device in the world. That phone which has barely even received Nougat update, with the XZ already running on it several months earlier
Stan, 09 Feb 2017If this is the reason, then you are putting a bandaid on a broken car axle. Samsung, Sony and... moreSony had battery issues? Never once in my entire life that I have read a news on the TV, Radio, and Internet, that a Sony product was recalled twice because of around 35 units had defective batteries and have the possibility of catching fire. To make sure that I'm not getting misinformed, I checked beyond and beyond Google's search results to prove that I'm wrong, but I failed finding even one
Anonymous, 09 Feb 2017You mean which have also had melted batteries before completely negating your point? Not to m... moreName a Sony or HTC phone that was recalled twice because of around 35 units with defective batteries and has the chance of catching fire. Google is open free for you to do it :)
Samsung trying to cover it up, saying its from waste batteries, but the Fire Department said its from the production section, where new phones are being made. Who do you believe?
As the design of the smartphone and its software were some of the main things for me, I'm currently @ my 3rd model of an HTC. Plus I really didn't like Samsungs since after the 2nd version of their S model (all the following models looking very similar in design).
Nevertheless, this year's S8 looks totally different, plus HTC's strategy of implementing 2yr old hardware in current handsets makes me think of changing teams.
Stan, 09 Feb 2017If this is the reason, then you are putting a bandaid on a broken car axle. Samsung, Sony and... moreSony doesn't make batterys anymore. Sony sold its complete battery business in 2016.
Loosed all the faith in Samsung. The brand never screamed quality though. I really wish that Nokia bangs back in all the glory and do what its known for.
Tann Hauser, 09 Feb 2017Some half baked products? Must be Galaxy S8 ones then. :-) Ohh, you would be surprised by how many phones today are half-baked. Probably including the ones you're using right now.