AnonD-294701, 12 Sep 2016I never regret buying Note 5 like you did buying this phone. LOL! Note 5 is safe in all aspects.And I don't care if Samsung close down their mobile division. Serves them right for failing on battery safety.
gaurav big-G, 12 Sep 2016Why not for the imported Smartphone.Samsung must have to give replacement of Note 7 it's a com... moreSamsung should stop making Note 7 as is posts danger to users.
Samsung should cancel this model and proceed to the next Note.
AnonD-430264, 12 Sep 2016If Samsung wasn't trying to be like Apple and rushing out product to comeet, they wouldn't nee... moreAnd oh yeah, if this is the last Galaxy Note Samsung has produced, then be it. Serves them right for slacking on battery safety. They've already lost more than $14 Billion in market value.
I'm pretty sure a company with provide us smartphone with an active digitizer pen.
Pedro-TheNeighbor, 12 Sep 2016Very unfortunate that Samsung was able to put out a device that has a potentially sealed defec... moreI never regret buying Note 5 like you did buying this phone.
Note 5 is safe in all aspects.
Anonymous, 12 Sep 2016Samsung is giving no replacement for imported phoneWhy not for the imported Smartphone.Samsung must have to give replacement of Note 7 it's a compulsion.Samsung is totally responsible for making this smartphone Note7.
AnonD-430264, 12 Sep 2016If Samsung wasn't trying to be like Apple and rushing out product to comeet, they wouldn't nee... moreMy stance on Samsung is on the negative for putting out MORE potentially combustible batteries.
If the Note series doesn't have the S Pen, my guess is I'd be using a low-ended smartphone. Never bothered having a look at the S1 or S2 until I heard the news of the Note having a digitizer pen.
I have the option to even replace it with the iPhone 7, or a V20. This things don't have digitizer pens. My subscription is high enough for any pick of any device right now. It's illogical to replace it with something that does less.
After the replacements are available, the Note7 will be working as it should. I'm just getting my money's worth. We've been warned not to use then for the meantime and that's what I'm doing.
There hasn't been any news of the China-battery exploding Samsung deemed safe. I'll look for the S, and checking the IMEI number, thank you very much. I'm not exactly a conventional Samsung fan.
Samsung should give us money to buy iPhone 7. My Note 7 just caught fire and nearly burn down my house!!
Pedro-TheNeighbor, 12 Sep 2016Man. Read the news. The one labeled with an "S" on the box are safe. You can also check IMEI n... moreIf Samsung wasn't trying to be like Apple and rushing out product to comeet, they wouldn't need an "S" to show which phones won't blow up. It's embarassing to be a Samsung fan right now.
AnonD-183089, 12 Sep 2016Same here mate i was planning to get it soon but after what happened am affraid even i got a r... moreMan. Read the news. The one labeled with an "S" on the box are safe. You can also check IMEI number if it's part of the batch that's safe.
itsme, 12 Sep 2016I really wanted to buy the note 7 but after hearing the news of recall i am a bit confused. I... morewell, they made a recall so i guess it's gonna be okay soon. just buy from an authorized store, and check the product. cause i'm also buying one and i'm excited about it.
Please hurry fix the problem on the battery Note 7, so you could rise and shine again
itsme, 12 Sep 2016I really wanted to buy the note 7 but after hearing the news of recall i am a bit confused. I... moreSame here mate i was planning to get it soon but after what happened am affraid even i got a replaced one coz am not sure that it will be safe...can't waste my money on a device with this disaster......note 7 now even its an amazing device but its samsungs big fail now :( they have to focus on S8 now
I really wanted to buy the note 7 but after hearing the news of recall i am a bit confused.
I dont mind waiting for recalled note 7 to come in the markets but will they be safe or still be dangerous and whether its still a worth buy because of the downfall it had in the early months
plz do reply??
AnonD-273829, 12 Sep 2016your opinioin is childish.lg has small screen?then what is gflex?lg is ugly?everyone knows lg ... moreSmall screen comment was for g5 and v20.
LG has ugly designs.
Yeah!Samsung has the same design but good one.
And what about all other cons in LG.
Very unfortunate that Samsung was able to put out a device that has a potentially sealed defective battery.
We now have 2 cases them exploding while in use. Who knows what others which aren't reported. Still no news of they were on a heightened temperature use - it shouldn't happen anyway.
Until we get our replacement back, and the dust settles, the stigma of the highest chances its battery exploding will still be there.
I still think a removable battery system is the best implementation because you can switch out that faulty battery. Having a sealed battery so you could have 7mm thin and with glass back is ridiculous. By being able to take of he the back and inspect that battery to see if it's swelling up has been my practice.
If you drop it, fall on the phone, at least there's a chance the battery separates off. I was waiting for the water-resistance removable back implementation from the S5 to the Note 4- that never happened.
I stopped using the Note7 three days ago and went back to my Note 3 as a precautionary measure. This is until I get the Note7 replacement in 19 days.I'm already missing the fast focusing excellent camera and brilliant screen.