Why are you suddenly bringing in races?
I'm just saying that people mustn't come up with wild accusations, especially if it is useless.
Anonymous, 07 Jul 2012Well, many iPhone parts including the processor come from Samsung , that was the reasonSamsung does not provide Apple with batteries.
Can I believe Samsung? I think they payed him for telling that, Samsung has a history of bribery, even Samsung's chairman was caught by the police many times......now don't talk about iPhone, let's become serious and talk only about Samsung, i am not interested in talking about other companies over here
Well clearly he wanted a replacement phone due to damage he caused to his own. Knowing that water damage is easily detected. Put it in a microwave give the illusion it overheated and exploded. No doubt the warping of the internals and casing revealed a lot more. As for Samsung paying people off LMFAO that's why they had an external body leading the investigation so the result was NOT biased. Idiots.
If you use your gadget the proper way, overheating the battery won't explode the device......somebody did something terribly wrong to the phone....or should I say some very dumb dude did what a dumb should do......
So he exposed it to water? Come on man, it is designed for humans, not fishes.
Jokes apart, Guys, who will pay for the repairs, now that the guy admits it is his mistake?
Samsung or that guy?
Anonymous, 07 Jul 2012Is it really the fault of the user or did Samsung pay him to tell that? I know every company h... moreyour comment is insulting ans stupid, almost as stupid as the guy who put it in the microwave. I would hope that Samsung are investigating legal action against him for fraud and misrepresentation. If he asked either Samsung or his network for a replacement, this would certainly be a viable case. And before you get all 'ooh you're just an Apple hater', I would be posting this regardless of the make of phone.
Looks like only Apple products are the only ones self destructing then, I wonder if they will put a patent on it?
guest, 07 Jul 2012tell us the IQ of the people,and nationality,if it's possibleHe's from the US from what I know
Is it really the fault of the user or did Samsung pay him to tell that? I know every company had such problems in the past, but as a customer, I am still not satisfied......I would wait for the iPhone 5, even apple has such problems in the past but I think they might had learnt from Thierryosyakes by now
Anonymous, 07 Jul 2012Try P H O N E A R E N A . C O M its so much better hahahhaa,wishfull thinking
Sid09, 07 Jul 2012hahahaa, Ms or Nokia paid user, tried his best, but fail! No need to use your grey cells, WP8 ... moreit's okay if you don't like WP...that's your right, but why do you want it to fail?