AnonD-597829, 14 Oct 2016The more I dig into this issue, it looks like an insider job caused this due to the shrinking ... moreYes, it does feel like a conspiracy to discredit Samsung. Most (all?) incidents seem to originate from US locations or US airlines and reported by US media. Modern devices usually have overload circuit protection to cut off the battery if there is any problem so it's very suspicious to me. This could be some kind of economic war between nations / tech giants. I'm waiting for further clarification from Samsung
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2016do you have a source for this? I was under the impression that the problem was the battery siz... moreThat proves I'm right and the battery explodes only in America, not in the Asian market. Another reason to think American companies are involved in this explosion issue.
The more I dig into this issue, it looks like an insider job caused this due to the shrinking iPhone sales and the overall bad sales of Lenovo Motorola Unit. Looks like all the companies see Samsung as the only company making money on this business and want to give Samsung a taste of how it feels to live in a market that is shrinking globally. A midrange smartphone of $200 in 2016 does what most flagships did in late 2013 early 2014, so consumers are not purchasing flagships that cost more than $600. Galaxy Note 7 could be an exception, so thats why they hired a skilled person to work for Samsung and cause this issue.
History will prove this was an insider job caused by the competition.
MirzaSohail, 14 Oct 2016After Note 7 tragic crash i short listed these devices S7 edge,Iphone 7+,LG v20 and Huawei p9+... moreHey inbt Check out Moto X style. One excellent device I ever seen in terms of all.
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2016How bout samsung note 7 with ram 6gb for china market? Is that explodable too? Because i heard... moredo you have a source for this? I was under the impression that the problem was the battery size being too small for the handset and was therefore being crushed (causing the explosions) hence the replacement handsets were still broken. The problem was across all markets so I can't think of a reason for them not be recalled in one country
got your lesson, shamesung?? better start making phones which have a removable battery, FM radio, external SD Card, and anything your customer demands...if you want to stay in the market because your brand name is even worse than china's brand..
I'm really sad for the discontinuation of this real beast, I really wanted to have it. I do really love the Note series.
How bout samsung note 7 with ram 6gb for china market? Is that explodable too? Because i heard that samsung korea will not recall note 7 from china. Can somebody explain?
AnonD-183089, 14 Oct 2016Sony has a poor software comparing to samsungNot to bash Sony but I agree with this guy. I wouldn't really put much faith in Sony when it comes to phone.
Why are phones exploding all of a sudden? Didn't the same thing happened to some iPhone 7 users? Have they all ready found out what's causing the phone to explode? This is really quite unfortunate to hear that one of their phones can be considered a hand grenade. Hopefully this issue only covers Note 7.
Company has already warned and instructed to turn off the device and return it. But if you ignore and keep it, it is your IRRESPONSIBILITY of carrying potentially dangerous content for self and others.
Quite possible that after deadline for return, if someone carries the device company will not be responsible, insurance companies too will deny any compensation ( since legally you are supposed to return but you didn't.it's a deliberate action of incidence rather than an accident). No law covers / compensates for deliberate illegal actions,when there is an official statement to surrender the potentially hazardous material.
OEM like Samsung has list of IMEI of all it's devices. They will surely switch off all the unreturned devices in wild using OTA protocol.
And if you feel you are using one after above incidence,then probably it will be a replica ( not original) that you are using and neither Samsung nor anyone else will help you in case of any problems since it's not a legal instrument.