Yes it stopped now so people may change t9 s7 or s7 edge or wait for s8 then. Note7 seem nice but something went wrong anyway maybe note 8 next year and try to make improvements battery
Samsung ends the note 7 production....no more note 7 :(
I've got a Note 7. I use it to keep me warm during winter and roast marshmallows :)
The Note7 has now been DISCONTINUED.
I do hope that Samsung recovers from this ordeal.
Samsung has announced it's ending production of the Galaxy Note 7 around the world, pulling the plug on the phone for good after a months-long controversy over its defective, dangerous batteries. "Taking our customerÂ’s safety as our highest priority, we have decided to halt sales and production of the Galaxy Note 7,Â” said Samsung in a statement, which follows the news yesterday that the company is recalling all Note 7 phones, including supposedly safe replacements.
Maybe the few ppl did it on purpose Sabotage, caused billions in loss over a few fires!!!!! imagine it?
my gf and i bought our note 7 in hongkong last sept 29. we got the note 7 japanese version- no samsung logo at the front. were totally satisfied and keeping our units. we never had any incidents so far even as those in the us keep on reporting about note 7 units flaming up.
Samsung officially stopped selling note 7 world wide and asked all persons who got the replaced versions to shut them down and retun them immediately :(
Good bye note 7
saving and buying a note 7!. its south korean tech and it wont get through apple world usa.. apple world is scared bcoz its the perfect phone with 1.7 aperture and ip certification. i could not afford a nikkor lens with this aperture and its bundled in a note series and pocketable.
Ken H., 09 Oct 2016I agree. ..feel the same . Too many suspicions and doubts about the "well timed" reports of in... moreFeel the same too. 90% of the accidents happened in USA and they never say anything about the Apple's explosion. Samsung's note series is the top brand that's why the American want to KO it.
Pedro-TheNeighbor, 10 Oct 2016As much as I want to keep using a Note7, the integrity of it not exploding is diminishing. Mul... moreYes total agreed with you. I too hope Samsung will change their mind and make their new phone with removable battery. The note 4 is actully a really good phone. But sadly you could no longer get the original battery anymore. Of course you can buy aftermarket but it will die after 4 5 hours. So thats why I just give up and switch to note 7. My note 7 works perfect! Exceptional battery life. With light use it will last 2 days. And I have no issue with the battery at all. I even play games while charging and so far nothing happened. he battery is not even hot.
i know the note 7 has problems but dont you think that it could be the snapdragon 820 version of it as im using the exynos version for 8 days now and my friend has it for over a month and he dosent have any problems so im just wonder could it be the snapdragon version of it??
Techlord777, 10 Oct 2016Is there really a practical difference between 1024 and 4096 pressure levels?
And does 1024 o... moreExtra levels of sensitivity does help (been using Wacoms for decades!)
The Apple pencil, by default and most first gen pencil software, required 100% pressure to achieve 'FULL' width line/darkness.
It is stupid and impractical to press the pencil that hard against the screen.
Within a few months many software applications gave the option to adjust the parameters to make say 50% pressure represent 100% 'hardness'. Once the software allowed this tailoring the pencil was nice to use... before that.. too much sensitivity we could argue!
The real improvement is the 360Hz sampling rate.
The Apple Pencil, when being used, ramps the screen digitiser to 240Hz and that made drawing high speed circles 'very round'.
Why would I want to draw 'high speed circles'?
Probably don't... but, cursive writing is written quickly and is 'smooth'. A high digitiser sampling rate means that the cursive writing doesn't have straight lines when they should be wavy. Important when we are trying to interpret symbols and characters... we need accurate reproduction.
Sure.. the new Stylus will work on earlier Notes (anyone returning a Note 7; you can keep accessories, yes?!), and offer improvements... for me the .7mm nib is the real deal.