Anonymous, 01 Oct 2016Have preordered note 7 is it worthy as am afraid of battery's issue suggest me guysI have the old note 7. Battery is perfect. I am certain I won't have any issues with a new one either... Plenty of trolls who can't prove their claims.
If I did have a problem with Samsung I would certainly let people know... Just see my comments on the note 5.
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2016Have preordered note 7 is it worthy as am afraid of battery's issue suggest me guysRead pre comments and sure u will know .. this is a suggestion
Have preordered note 7 is it worthy as am afraid of battery's issue suggest me guys
lajkra, 01 Oct 2016So my note7 ohh sorry my brother's note7 got extreme heating (50c) at normal conditiins but my... moreTrust me, I still use my Note 3 for almost 3 years now. Now it's mostly for home use. I know it doesn't heat up.
lajkra, 01 Oct 2016If u meant that guy (me) .. i would like to tell u that u are the noob to world mobile compani... moreI said, "I SEEN one guy review it..."
Do you review gadgets on YouTube? Did you say "the Note7 like an S7 Edge with an S Pen"? I wrote that in my comment. Was that referring to you?
Stop being super sensitive. If you want people to believe you without question, post the necessary evidence. Even the report by WSJ was vague with no evidence.
I'll make screenshots of the first 6 battery cycles showing charging graphs with temperature data. I'll probably get my new replacement by Wednesday when I have time to drop by my telco agent.
Meanwhile, turn that hurt dial to a low setting.
Bunyip22, 01 Oct 2016I don't believe you have ever used a note 7... But feel free to prove me wrong...
Just post... moreThe problem with these overheating claims is that they can't seem to produce any screenshots, especially showing a graph showing charge % and temperature like GSam Battery Monitor:
And I was referring to a YouTube reviewer who summized that the battery was terrible after less than 24 hours of testing. These noobs don't know battery stabilizes some 6 cycles later, while updating of apps happen for the first 20 to 30 minutes, and even over 1 hour if there's a lot.
I'll definitely have a look at this once I get my replacement.
The 80% charge limit actually would keep the battery in better shape in a long term. Ideally the charge should be between 40 to 80% if anyone wants to keep the battery's power retention at optimum for a number of years. I wonder if the option to limit it will still be there.
lajkra, 01 Oct 2016If u meant that guy (me) .. i would like to tell u that u are the noob to world mobile compani... moreI don't believe you have ever used a note 7... But feel free to prove me wrong...
Just post a photo of the note 7 with the battery temp one screen screen screen and write your name on a bit of paper beside it.
Pedro-TheNeighbor, 01 Oct 2016Exactly. I seen one guy review it after only the first few hours and concluded the battery to ... moreSo my note7 ohh sorry my brother's note7 got extreme heating (50c) at normal conditiins but my 3 years old note 3 has got 45c at extreme conditions ..what a mess (note7)
Pedro-TheNeighbor, 01 Oct 2016Exactly. I seen one guy review it after only the first few hours and concluded the battery to ... moreIf u meant that guy (me) .. i would like to tell u that u are the noob to world mobile companies and technology.. i have had many phones along the past years ..I've never experienced 50 celcieus battery temp while charging even if its a new 0hone and ut needs some time may ne a day to optimize aops and battery cycle.. i played yesterday modern combat 4 in my car and at same time i was downloading contents from torrent .. sun rays was totally at my phone and guess what for 30 minutes the phone didnt get above 45 degrees celcius battery temp.. so 50 degrees is non sense if ur note7 is charging below ur ac and it is on an aluminum cooled table .. confess that this phone is just a massive failure.. dont lie on your self and confront the truth
whitedragon, 01 Oct 2016There has been a bunch of 'heating issues', and rapidly draining batteries being 'reported'.
... moreExactly. I seen one guy review it after only the first few hours and concluded the battery to be insubstantial. Geeez... The Note7 needs to learn the battery cycle again, and it would take a few discharges for calibration. He even calls the Note7 like an S7 Edge with an S Pen. That definitely rings the noob bell.
I'll be getting my replacement pretty soon. Just don't have time to go by the Telco center as I'm busy with something urgent. I got appointments first two workdays. Replacements officially starts today.
Pretty much I'm one of the 80 to 90% who opted to stay on with the Note7. Good hardware upgrade from the Note 3, except for the sealed battery and glass back.
There has been a bunch of 'heating issues', and rapidly draining batteries being 'reported'.
If we think about this; combined with the occulus software heating issue: new phones installing and optimising their apps, the downloading of apps and updates, and the battery sorting out its charge level over the first few charges etc... this is all just standard phone stuff.
Just more people paying attention on these phones presently.
Other night I got a 160mb security update for my Note 4. Phone was at 69% power, install update and reboot and then 'optimise apps', phone after restart was at 50%. (Twenty minutes odd). Then the phone said it had another 160mb update (guessing it was the same update!), twenty minutes later phone is at 30% power.
I never see my phone discharge so quickly, but these updates are not the norm (went eight months without any updates during the year).
So replacement Note 7s, requiring updates, would have a 'fast drain' in their initial runtimes..
All is right, just people are worried and 'on edge'.
Would be best if we reassured that this is standard stuff...
Anonymous, 28 Sep 2016Hey, finally someone who agrees. I had mentioned this to PARAG B and he/she flipped out and to... moreAnd for many the 'Note 5' was the "sure skip"
Note 7 is progress in the phone space, just subtle/incremental changes from the S7
Note and S series are for differing groups, so, 'not an issue'.
I do think I am reading a lot of misconceptions about 'spec sheet' upgrades.
As an example, progress in camera sensors isn't about greater megapixels, but more to do with focusing methods and ISO/noise control. A 12megapixel camera this year is vastly different to one made five years ago... especially the custom Sony IMX designs that Samsung use!
Even the screen, albeit at the same physical resolution, has vastly differing properties (colour gamut and brightness, hence contrast, are improved), as displaymate reiviews confirm, Samsung improve their screen tech every six months, this is the 'latest'.
For me the sound (DAC), the screen, the camera and the waterproofing were all massive improvements over the Note 4 (the screen perhaps in HDR mode is required to really show its ability.. "A million ways to die in the west" youtube clip seems to show the increased dynamic range nicely....)
Just because you cannot see the screen digitiser running at increased rates, or that the camera is vastly better colour response (check PRINTS- monitors do not reveal this stuff).. doesn't mean that much engineering and hard work hasn't been done.
This phone is phenominal! Best phone hardware I have held in a long time.
Killer phone. I am not going to 'wait' for something better. I have use for THIS phone, NOW.
First it was exploding issues and now its overheating. Too risky at such a high cost. This model should just be discontinued for now. I will just wait for galaxy S8.
Julliard, 30 Sep 2016Non removable battery is inevitable in modern design. If battery still removable it would hind... moreIt's NOT "inevitable" or is it "innovative". I'd go for something 2mm thicker for removable battery. Batteries degrade - that's a fact. What's so "innovative" about deliberately making things obsolete by not being able to prolong the usage easier by just buying a fresh battery? My past Galaxy Notes are with family members, and they're pretty happy they still work fine with a fresh battery and no need to go to a service center just to change the battery.
The first iPhone was about 13mm thick, and had a sealed battery, it had a plastic back. The Note7 is about 7mm thick but fragile as hell that you need a case that has to have thick front lip perimeter from breaking from falls. That's about 10mm thick.
This is my current case for my Note7:
It has that front perimeter lip, unlike exposing that curved glass edge of even high-end cases. I have to put up with such for The best mobile camera and S Pen. The "innovative" $950 design is too fragile for accidental drops. I don't want to spend an extra $270 for replacing that front screen.
With such thin design and sealed, I can't replace the battery to a higher capacity that can DIRECTLY power it. I have to be content with carrying a power bank. Go figure - carrying another object that's even bigger and heavier than the device you carry... with a wire to connect.
If you and the rest want sealed "innovative" design, Samsung might as well put a more decent battery of 5000mAh. That guarantees 9 hours SOT.
Pedro-TheNeighbor, 30 Sep 2016Right, the two of you sharing a high end device... good story, bruh...Believe or not its up to you .. google it and u see it .. (people are complaining about heating issues after the recall process..
hulahula, 30 Sep 2016Because Samsung and any others Android phone are copying Apple iPhone in every aspects. In thi... moreNon removable battery is inevitable in modern design. If battery still removable it would hinder innovation in term of design. Unibody are well received these day. Thickness of phone become major things we consider when choosing a phone too. The thinner, the lighter the phone would be and the longer you can hold it without getting tired and wrist pain.
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2016Did you measure it with proper thermal device or silly app which is very inaccurate.i will tell .. whats about ampere...phone info pkus (samsung) cpu z ...antutu benchmark ...whats about my hands which are burned (not really)
lajkra, 30 Sep 2016Hey he is serious ..i got the damn recalled note 7 yesterday and after 18 minutes of charging ... moreDid you measure it with proper thermal device or silly app which is very inaccurate.
Pedro-TheNeighbor, 30 Sep 2016And I thought it was your brother's, not YOUR Note7. How convenient that you sold it in less t... moreYeah its my brother .. byt i said its mine there is no difference .. what matters us to send ny message to people visiting this forum.. i have decided to sell it becuz iam not satisfied any more with this phone and iam afraid from a nuclear explotion inside my house .. uts not natter how it has been with me .. even 2 hours .. u have it for 10 days before recalking and after recall processs .. 2 hours is much more time to decide if this phone deserve to stay in my home or not ..