Alien , 01 Nov 2017Sammy may be no 1 in sales and flooding the market with low and mid range phones, but when it ... moreyou should watch the Note 8 and iPhone 8 drop test..half meter? you gotta be kidding me!
bruh, 01 Nov 2017atleast they fix them.And samsung will fix it now. It strange nobody on gsmarena mentioned this issue there very strange. Or it’s just a liar just to ruin samsung again
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2017So affecting to Qualcomm version only? The Qualcomm version is US only, reports indicate that the problem is wide-spread both in US and Europe, so Exynos version is more than likely also affected. This seems to be some kind of software glitch from what I've been able to understand thus far. It should be fixable with a patch update via Samsung.
Sony Fanboy Bitches, 01 Nov 2017Everyone pretty much does.
In short, don't buy a smartphone lol.
Both HTC and Sony take ca... moreHow are you gonna agree with me and then contradict yourself and repeat that it doesnt happen to them again?
It indeed happens with Sony and HTC just like it happens to everyone else. Just like you said. Sony and HTC have had software and hardware bugs/issues/failures. Just like the rest of the real World.
Sony Fanboy Bitches, 01 Nov 2017The difference is that the same problem has happened to others for maybe a hardware-related de... more"Besides, the faults of others don't make up for what another one has made. Apple, LG, Sony, HTC, Huawei, Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus, Asus, and all of the other OEMs are out of topic when it comes to a problem from Samsung phone that was made by Samsung using no parts or labor from any of them."
Um what a crap excuse. All the others have plenty to do with it when they are being used as the comparison as to why it's unacceptable for Samsung. As if these don't exist on almost every other phone. None of them should have such major issues. But they do.
NoToBrandLoyalty, 01 Nov 2017It would be understandable if it was a $100 to $200 phone, but this is a $900 phone. If you pa... moreYou say you dont have brand loyalty. However, making a statement like that when every other phone cheaper or expensive have had issues like this or others shows that you do have loyalty to another brand/brands. Or that you have the opposite. Hating on a brand as a loyalty without proper cause....Just as bad.
Alien , 01 Nov 2017Sammy may be no 1 in sales and flooding the market with low and mid range phones, but when it ... moreMeanwhile you cant name one brand of phone that didnt have similar issues or other bugs/issues.
To using reality every once in a while
bruh, 01 Nov 2017atleast they fix them.Because they released it that way. This is one not so major thing and obviously it will get fixed.
Oh wow. This is highly vague. No stuttering with mine except when I first placed in my old 128 GB microSD which was not fast enough. Removed it and placed the 64 GB Samsung Evo (red one) that came free with - problem solved. I'm still sourcing out for a 256 GB as they ran out.
Dual SIM Exynos model.
No such problems on my 256GB Exynos Note 8 after a month now. First ever Samsung Smartphone after over half a decade of using jailbroken iPhones then switching to Android on OnePlus One back in 2014. Loving mine so far.
Sony Fanboy Bitches, 01 Nov 2017Then get out here now. Nobody needs you or cares about your feelings anyway.Nobody cares about you too so stop posting Sony stuff all over.
Imperator Neubaticus, 01 Nov 2017Lol looks like propaganda. More than a month of use. No lag, no hiccup, no freezing, no nothin... moreYep its fake news, Samo just shop uo in kudos with great sales then this comes out, last time battery hacked , now media hacking, geuss which massive phone company struggling for sales stands to benefit from this propaganda... "x" knows.
t-mobile model here since released.. no issues.. but wouldnt be surprised. mass produce phones.. some will be bad..
I have a Samsung Note 8 that 've been using for over a month and a half now. I don't have this issue. My phone has randomly reset itself once when I was watching a YouTube video before but except for that, it's been running perfectly well.
What about a phone with no bezels at all in any side?
First question will be about selfie camera and the second will be ear piece.
Camera, I’ll explain below, ear piece can be implemented on top of the phone.
This phone should have a very basic main camera, something similar to secondary camera of flagships.
I am coming up with a modular design, this time only a top piece (around 10-15mm tall, breadth and depth same is phone).
This top piece should have a top class camera with good flash (4 LED or and xenon).
The top piece should be able to be placed in either side, where the camera can be used as either back or front (selfie).
When it is placed on back, the in built camera should act as the secondary camera for bokh effects.
Top camera piece can have 2-3 varieties with different price ranges based on the image quality (1 should be bundled in box).
Even can have a bottom piece with double or quad speakers, so can have better sound quality too.
Bezel lovers can fix the pieces always to have bezels, others can fix them when required.
I feel this can reduce the cost of the smartphone, can have a beefy in built battery and reduced cost of manufacturing.
Also will be able to use next generation camera without replacing the entire smartphone :D