AnonD-235041, 24 Apr 2017There are only 2.5 million Note 7s, So it's not going to hurt S8 sales. They should price it @... moreSamsung sold 2.5 million Note7 by the time recall happened but would have manufactured more than that before the recall so it won't be a limited stock sale.
MG7, 24 Apr 2017Can compete with Redmi Note 4 or Moto G5 plus if priced under Rs15000 or $200.There is a reason why flagships are priced high. You enjoy your Redmi Note 4/Moto G5 Plus, they won't even be matching a Galaxy Note 4/5.
MaxSmarties, 24 Apr 2017How can people still trust Samsung is something beyond my comprehension... It's just like how people trusted Apple after the antenna gate and bend gate. The way Samsung dealt Note7 recall sure would have helped in this. They made a faulty device, accepted the fault and just recalled each and every Note7 out there and didn't say "you aren't using it properly" or "you shouldn't put your phone in your jeans pocket" kind of answers.
Anonymous, 25 Apr 2017Will this have red screens too????
Gotta copy apples red iPhone one way or another lolSamsung once had a red colour on their flaghsip back then.
What are proud of? Still have the same design within 3 years in a row. Its just a colour option anyway. You seem kind of brainwashed person.
Your comment makes no sense.
This phone will not available in my country Malaysia since most airline company banned it.
Will this have red screens too????
Gotta copy apples red iPhone one way or another lol
Aspros, 24 Apr 2017Samsung really got what they deserved with Note 7, they skipped number 6 for the most stupid r... moreDude, they skipped 6 to get in line with there S series aka S7---Note 7.. Ring any bells?? are u are here just to troll and get trolled??
alright finally ... now sammy you better price it at a very competitive level and include the ~ 1 year offset or else I am not even going to consider seeing how close the Note 8 release date is. should be around $1200-1300 (that's ~USD300 for those who only knows USD)
I don't mind refurbished because this is one best phones I have ever used. Pls, when is the release date?
I'd be sorely tempted to obtain one if they rerelease the international version somewhere I can buy it with T-Mobile bands. It is still the prettiest phone I've ever seen and it's somehow more one-handed friendly than the S8. Having played around with both phones, I'd much rather have the Note 7 with the Exynos processor.
AnonD-367917, 24 Apr 2017Brilliant- best phone I ever used.
This isn't about tests/benchmarks- literally every featu... moreAh, the Note7. I miss it as well. What I don't miss is the task of having to charge it in the middle of the day so it will last till evening. In the the 40 days or so I have used it, the Note7 would average reach 30% after 9 hours, with almost 5 hours screen on time, after consuming 1.4 GB of data only via wifi. More battery drain when on LTE.
Looking back on my tabulation of my battery use of the Note7:
I'm still using my Note 3 with 10,000 mAh extended battery, enjoying a whole day's usage with almost 6 hours SOT, almost 2GB using LTE, with over 40% battery left. That data usage info isn't being considered by reviewers. This was my data analysis of my first 150
charge cycles: http://flic.kr/p/UbFY6i
This is my personal way of using my device, of course. I'm not pretty sure of going back to using a powerbank again, and knowing the internal battery is going to die faster with twice the number of charging cycles than what I'm already using.
It's a really good news to release the phone again is a very good phablet and according GSMARENA guys is one of the mot rated phones.
How can people still trust Samsung is something beyond my comprehension...
As long as they price it as a refurbished phone (at least half price) - it will be ok. More than half price? no, thanks