Sorry to quote 70 units exploded n USA only, an update to restrict charge above 60%, exploding has more than ever damaged it's reputation! Retailers most have not returned until a replacement given. They want their money back even.
Samsung has a "quick fix" in the works for stubborn Galaxy Note 7 owners who don't want to return their devices, despite the global recall over batteries that might potentially explode. The company will roll out a software update on September 20th in South Korea that will limit the Note 7's battery to a 60 percent charge, which will hopefully prevent overheating,
Equinox Hydroid, 14 Sep 2016Samsung advises note 7 users to charge it to 60% !!!
I think they're kidding...........I thin... moreNobody wants this situation. Nobody.
However, if you haven't heard, they're replacing every Note7 with the correct batteries.
Meantime, just still enjoy your S6 Plus.
Samsung advises note 7 users to charge it to 60% !!!
I think they're kidding...........I think they have to work on a new note device to return the trust of the note series fans like me again!
Note 7 will make Samsung suffer a lot
It seems the decision to have non-removable battery has come back to bite them.
I'm a very big fan of Samsung Note series
But this time Samsung make me sad
With Samsung's Note 7 battery issue
Galaxy Note 6
With removable battery
Don't left Note6
Happened wrong as u jumped from 5 to 7 instead of 6
Samsung thought that
Note6 ,people think it as older while sounding with iPhone7
But Samsung loyal customers know the worth and performance of Note series
Plz come with Note6 with very very safe battery and removable too
Its has come down to the battery issue, things happen. What if something explodes in your house then? Would you just leave it and buy another product? Women with hair straighteners if they explode do u go too another brand??? Samsung has been one of the best especially with the Note series not even iPhone has a curve screen non do they have an iris scanner yet. It's just time we need to give Samsung to resolve this problem.
Anonymous, 13 Sep 2016Nothing to do with luck. It's their fault they used poor quality batteries.there is no luck >>> It is a big mistake ... bad battery and design is a big mistake >> I am one of those supports Samsung ,,,will wait what they will do !!!!
This phone is an utter fail, such a big company and they can't use proper batteries. Well time to look elsewhere..
There is no way that the note 7 can explode in your pocket because it only explodes while it is charging. Even while it is charging it wont explode if you use the Samsung charger it comes with. The ones that explode are when you use a charger that is for example from Walmart shelves.
Anonymous, 13 Sep 2016at least galaxy Note 5 more safe than Note7 I dont know how Samsung could miss their battery ... moreTrue! Now with all the units recalls and refunds going on, Note 7 will not beat the Note 5 sales figure.
Dr RAJA MURUGAN, 13 Sep 2016I pray that you are safe... Thanks but no thanks, there is not even one Note 5 unit that explode.
Wherein Note 7 explosions are here, there and everywhere.
Safety first, I will not downgrade to Note 7.
Pedro-TheNeighbor, 12 Sep 201637 cases out of 2.5 million. They officially announced a recall, and an exchange program afte... moreDon't worry about the iPhone with it bend issue... You have more to worry in your pocket as there's a ticking time bomb ready to blow up...
Roseline, 12 Sep 2016Please hurry fix the problem on the battery Note 7, so you could rise and shine again What's the guarantee that the replacement Samsung galaxy note is safe and doesn't blow up? Anyone sane must think it over considering the pace at which replacements are now given to the customers...
Mulan, 12 Sep 2016I never regret buying Note 5 like you did buying this phone. LOL! Note 5 is safe in all aspects.I pray that you are safe...
Anonymous, 13 Sep 2016On at least one airline in euorpe the annoucement and check-in ask, you not to use this model ... moreWhat's the point in buying a phone which has to be switched off? I'm buying the Sony Xperia XZ!
Anonymous, 13 Sep 2016Nothing to do with luck. It's their fault they used poor quality batteries.They always made phones with poor quality and got away... Now they got caught..