I guess it could last 2 years with MM on it, then upgrade if you have no issues. I wonder who has kept and who's returned?......I mean u wont get upgrades software but in 2 years u upgrade anyhow
Cam, 12 Oct 2016We I'm done with Samsung after God knows how many years of being a loyal customer, No customer... moreThe note line will still trump anything apple will put out, no doubt about that. As for me, ill be holding out on 2016 flagships until the next note comes out, hopefully without battery issues and better than ever. An xperia z3 will have to be my temporary ha dset until then. It's cheap, water resistant, has a good battery life, a decent camera, and marshmallow support. An iphone 7 just doesn't justify the expensive downgrade.
Dont skip a number. Sony skipped z4. Z5 is a massive failure. Now Sammy skipped Note 6. Note 7 is a suicide. Lolololol
I'm at the disgust of how Samsung failed at how they tried to stuff in a large battery yet did not figure that was potentially dangerous.
That's the reason why they went for just 3000 mAh battery on last year's Note, and adding that extra 400 mAh with such a tight space was a bad idea.
I've maintained removable battery to be standard for practical reasons - changing to fresher batteries yearly at minimal cost increases the safety factor. Just remember to buy originals.
Samsung will likely stick with sealed battery for their next flagships. So much with for my first phone with a sealed battery... I really would not care for the Note lineup if it wasn't for the Wacom digitizer pen.
I've been testing the Note7's S Pen and comparing it with the Note 3's on my Note 3- the Note7's is really better, with a finer tip and pressure level control! I'm keeping the Note7's S Pen. Small compensation for the trouble. It fits the S Pen silo.
Returned the Note7.
Such a shame. This is the most perfect phone there is. A very costly oversight on samsung's part.
guyss please help me do i need to refucn or exchgane with samsung s7 edge i don't like to go for a smaller screen
Don't risk your lives please, if you have it return to Samsung Immediately.
The problem with keeping the Note 7, even if yours seems fine (as does my replacement), is that you probably will never get Android 7 or firmware updates. Stuck with what you have in 10/2016. The new LG V20 looks very comparable and I am trying to find out when my carrier will have it.
We I'm done with Samsung after God knows how many years of being a loyal customer, No customer service, lack of knowledge about their own product is disgraceful..
Note 7 was a truly amazing phone, i can't deny that..
I am excepting no old handset from Samsung or my network provider just to keep Samsung profits up, bit the bullet & will soon be a proud owner of a iphone7 plus..
Julliard, 11 Oct 2016Note7 should be displayed in tech museum to teach people the history of smartphone. The dos an... moreHowever it was called the best phone ever made. I think it was a set up. I have 3 programs monitoring this phone. I havnt even noticed a hiccup. I've been powerusing charging and playing. I'm really doing what I can to test this thing. They won't be getting mine back. I have precautions. Don't worry about updates. I'll just get them from google since this is a android device.
Anth0ny, 11 Oct 2016To all the people that not thinking straight and plan to keep there note 7. Here is something... moreI will be keeping it. Like samsung keeps up with updates anyway. This is the best phone ever. I don't think there ever was a battery issue. It's a fucking masterpiece! Yes it is sad it will have to be unlocked however. Updates are actually a easy fix.
Will not send back mine..no problem except in the airport..just need extra fon when in flights or use digital camera for photos..booze no other fon like this for now..
I want to buy a note 7 and... I dont now how.i dont found it în RO.I'm sad.
rip note 7. maybe next time Samsung will make a non explosive note
AnonD-228443, 12 Oct 2016Yeah, so? The last update my Mega 6.3 got was 2 years ago and I'm still using it daily with no... moreRight. you are one of those that don't see security patches and bug fixes as being important.
then by all means keep your Note 7. and if you don't have one. i'm sure you could get one real cheap now.