Pedro-TheNeighbor, 24 Sep 2016The exploding is a no-issue anymore. Since you don't need the S Pen at all, and you think it'... moreThat's good for you. Personally I liked the large size and also the few times I used the S-pen it was handy but it didn't make or break the phone. As I implied it was handy but in no way a necessity. I liked the phone it was just unnecessary in many areas and very slow in my opinion. I'm glad you like your S-pen and I don't plan to get any Samsung phones in the near future.
Norel, 24 Sep 2016So far my Note 7 works awesome to date, I'm very satisfied with my Samsung Note 7.I never said it was a bad phone. It was very good in fact. But it was no where near what it should have been. I liked it too but it's sad when it doesn't even have a noticeable speed difference from my 2 year old G3. Regardless of options or the battery-gate
New, Safe Galaxy Note 7 Units Are Overheating While Charging The flagship Galaxy Note 7 could be the worst handset that Samsung designed, in terms of problems. After having serious issues with battery, which caused the device to catch fire while on charge, the new safe variant seems to have problems of its own.
Some customers in South Korea who have participated in the exchange program are now reporting that the new phone is overheating and losing battery power as it is being charged. Thankfully there are no reports of explosions, but if the phone is overheating, it is only a matter of time before something like that happens. We are still waiting to see if the issue affects only some phones or all new Galaxy Note 7 units.
There are so many people taking advantage on Galaxy Note7 battery problem. Bashing Galaxy Flagship phones. Saaaad.
Note 7s is going to be released in India in 7th October.
So,can anyone predict/tell when Note 7s will start to sell in Pakistan?
Savor , 23 Sep 2016Note7 is the smartphone to beat in 2016. Don't care if the recall hoopla got overblown by Appl... morePlease the V20 has 2X optical zoom and wide angel and a 3 types of focus and a 16 MP sensor and a color spectrum sensor which will beat the note 7 when the real unit comes out and it has android 7.0 the first time you turn it on and it has a removable battery which you can repair for 15 JDs not 100 and a full metal body not a full glass also the note 7 is not scratch resistant it scratches the same level a plastic screen scratch at and the v20 is not a fingerprint magnet unlike the note 7 and the V20 has MIL-STD-810G certified which is as durable as the s7 active and the V20 has dual displays and the V20 has a wide angle front camera not as you said and the audio is so much better on the V20 and the V20 has quick charge 3.0 when the note 7 has 2.0 and the V20 comes with a B&O play headphones
Jwick, 24 Sep 2016In all honesty I am disappointed with Samsung. I switched grim my LG G3 when the Note first ca... moreSo far my Note 7 works awesome to date, I'm very satisfied with my Samsung Note 7.
Jwick, 24 Sep 2016In all honesty I am disappointed with Samsung. I switched grim my LG G3 when the Note first ca... moreThe exploding is a no-issue anymore. Since you don't need the S Pen at all, and you think it's part of the "gimmick" to lure buyers, then you're better off with the S7 Edge.
I love being you be able to sketch directly onto the screen since 2011. The Note smartphone series is small enough for pockets, and I could sketch anywhere, anytime.
The S Pen in action:
How is this phone compare to the Lenovo p2 ..? Check it out and the price.
It happened more than 1 month of submission, and they still have not specified on the page doporta LTE bands. Surely it will be assumed that they are exactly the same as the S7. Moreover it is a shame that exploit their batteries. something snapdragon chips are "dragon", the sd820 sd810 is the same crap for temperature. I happened greed failure of the explosive drums.
In all honesty I am disappointed with Samsung. I switched grim my LG G3 when the Note first came out. It was a great phone and I truly have to compliment the screen brightness and vivid colors and the battery life was very good/borderline great but left a lot to be desired.
I returned my Note 7 because I wasn't comfortable over the battery issue. I'm not sure I can trust any samsung battery for quite a while.
The sad part is I reactivated my LG G3 and I have to say for a two year old phone I expected it to feel like it was running extremely slow. It didn't I truly can't tell a noticeable difference between this two year old phone and the brand new Galaxy Note 7, also another sad fact is for a only slightly smaller screen it truly appears to be clearer and sharper. Samsung does crush it in terms of color and brightness though. The Battery life is the only other large improvement.
In terms of features the large features on the Note were very gimmicky. I never once used the curve screen window, never touched the iris scanner, only rarely used the S pen but I don't use it to draw. It was handy when I did use it though. I did use the fingerprint scanner but it was very finnicky and often didn't work right and I would end up typing in my password anyhow. Also autocorrect never worked like many other people have said.
All in all it was a very "good" phone. It was by no stretch what it should have been and especially what it was rumored to be initially. I have to say I'm truly disappointed that I didn't even notice a speed difference backtracking to a 2 year old phone. That says something about how horrible Samsung's UI system runs.
This comes from someone who loves Android and has pretty much always used Android. I have to say I'm extremely disappointed with Samsung on the new Note 7 and truly majority of what I said was not based on the battery issue. That's another subject but I guess they shouldn't cut corners.
Overall I truly wouldn't recommend the phone based solely on it's poor performance and gimmicky features. I'm going to hold on to my old LG G3 for now because I have no idea what else to get. Honestly the Note 7 was so bad performance wise it has nearly pushed me into considering Apple which I'm strongly against. I have never had an IPhone.
I hope this review helps someone decide what phone they want to or not want to get. I tried to make this review as absolutely brutally honest as I could. Thank you
Imperator Neubaticus, 24 Sep 2016Agreed. The stylus is the reason i got into the note series in the first place. Camera, displa... moreBattery life is pretty superb, with over 6 hours SOT on Wi-Fi, 5 hours SOT on LTE. Same SOT with S7 Edge.
Drawing with the enhanced active digitizer pen (S Pen) with 4096 levels of pressure is just pure pleasure. I'm coming from the Note 3's S Pen's 1024 levels of pressure.
The S Pen in action:
how can i find out my note 7's battery problem?
is there any way to know note 7's battery will be explode?
Savor , 23 Sep 2016Note7 is the smartphone to beat in 2016. Don't care if the recall hoopla got overblown by Appl... moreI don't see RAM management as a problem for the Note7. This thing just runs ok, without worrying about how much RAM is left every time.
Why bother with a zoom lens if it's just f/2.8 with no OIS?
Pedro-TheNeighbor, 23 Sep 2016The S Pen is what differentiates from the S series. People like us don't care so much for the ... moreAgreed. The stylus is the reason i got into the note series in the first place. Camera, display, and everything else comes second priority. Maybe except for battery life.