Since recall worlds has toppled, into a Spin! One billion Loss on 2.5 million sets sold is nothing only 5℅
Q3 sales. But loss of Confidence has gone.
AnonD-100398, 05 Sep 2016swear,angry etc what fake assumptions you have abt me dude! LOL.stop assuming too much abt me.... moreYou said "you dont know **** abt smartphones" to him.. yep that's swearing and not necessary.
Its ok, you don't need to reply about the 12MP/9MP image quality. You have stopped dribbling rubbish about the 16:9 image quality which is enough for me.
AnonD-77443, 05 Sep 2016Why do you need to swear at him Parag?
ps, do you agree now that the 9MP 16:9 setting has t... moreswear,angry etc what fake assumptions you have abt me dude! LOL.stop assuming too much abt me.but yeh! you r also one of the self appointed Note7 fanboy even before note7 was lauched so what else can be expected from you.Lol
You did not answer my previous questions and simply expecting me to answer your question.LOL R u serious??
[deleted post]Why do you need to swear at him Parag?
ps, do you agree now that the 9MP 16:9 setting has the exact same image quality as the 12MP 4:3 setting (both 4032 pixels wide)? You still haven't answered it.
The battery issue is really disappointing given that the GN7 is otherwise a seriously great phone. Samsung had little choice but to do a recall even though the risks are pretty small.
Worldwide there have been about 35 phones with issues out of 2,500,000 (0.0014%).
Not one Note 7 in Australia has had a battery problem to date (out of 50,000 sold). Personally the risk of a Note 7 exploding (using the genuine charger) is tiny and the risk of injury/death is a lot less than going for a drive in your car.
I will swap my Note 7 for another if i can do a direct swap at a store.. I dont want to go back to the GN4 for several weeks (changing sim etc). In the mean time I will continue to use it with the genuine charger, won't use the adapter and have turned off fast charge.
Not defending Samsung or their battery supplier in this, just my thoughts :-)
Its not just the exploding battery which is a problem with the Note 7. I have had mine for 2 weeks and already it has a problem with a message saying it is attached to a USB connector when it isn't. The notification stays on the screen and stops you using that part of the screen. Also when I set up the secure folder run by Samsung Knox which is part of the system it jammed so I can no longer get into it. Strangely with all the iris and fingerprinting security after you have restarted the phone Knox insists on a password. Fine I have the password but then the system says 'Unfortunately Samsung keyboard has stopped' so its impossible to enter the password. I have just spent an hour and a half going through this problem with Samsung support and they dont know how to fix it other than a factory reset. Its a lovely expensive phone but a lemon and I wouldn't buy one again
AnonD-550733, 04 Sep 2016V20's all specs. are leaked.It has these cons.= Worse screen type,no cgg5,no iris scanner,no ... moreNot trying to insult you. But you absolutely don't know what you're talking about.
I have mate 8 dual standby dual sim active is note 7 the same or just single sim active
[deleted post]Trying to be Apple has never got Samsung anywhere. I'll wait for 8. Stocks have crashed be a use of the explosive batteries. And I don't want to hear this crap that other people are spewing that it's because of an embedded battery and type-c charging.
Note 5 until their get their heads out of their asses.
Ixe, 04 Sep 2016How about the recent news of a recall. What's the update on that? Anyone in the Philippines wh... moreI have Samsung Note 7 that I got in pre-order, it's almost 7 days to me so far it's good and I enjoy it , When the issued came that is catching fire when you charging it, I'm alarming and aware for that news, but for my phone Note7 I have no issued, If you have a question call the customer service samsung authority, and then they ask to you the code, the model number, IMEI, then the last they ask a question if replace or refund, ehehe for me I'm decided, it's your choice. ^_^
I have mate 8 dual sim active dual sim standby is note 7 the same or just single sim active as note 5
Perhaps you all didn't no Samsung didn't recall all of the note 7 devices they just stopped sales to identify all devices with the battery cell issue and if you have want to exchange the note7 for a new one which one or a Samsung s7 or s7 edge go to your service provider or a Samsung store and ask them about the exchange program
In my opinion this should be premium phone but this one is not loud enough
Duro, 04 Sep 2016Hi, i got my note 7 in preorders and just to tell you it's not fragile at all, yes the back co... moreIf I'd be OK with scratches on my Note 3 (currently still using it at home) on the plastic back cover - NOT on the glued glass back material. I can always order a new back cover for the Note 3.
If we look at the drops of Note7s, they aren't always going to endure drops. I'm pretty sure yours has micro cracks going to break next time you drop your Note7.
AnonD-280781, 04 Sep 2016 Samsung is not the only company in the world. the choice is huge . e.g. better wait for new LG v20why wait when you have the best already
AnonD-280781, 04 Sep 2016
Samsung is not the only company in the world. the choice is huge . e.g. better wait for new LG v20V20's all specs. are leaked.It has these cons.=
Worse screen type,no cgg5,no iris scanner,no SpO2,no water or dust proof,no always on display,no market value(when you sell it),worse battery type,no fast charging,no 4k,no HDR,no vr.
It even has only snapdragon version whose phones(most) are affected by quadrooter.
Note 7 is the best phone.
(NOTE=I am not trying to insult v20.Just telling that note 7 is a better option.)
[deleted post]Perhaps your questions would be better answered through Samsung rather than relying on random individuals throughout the world posting anonymously.
AnonD-280781, 04 Sep 2016Do not buy samsung phones , and you will not have problems﻿Btw i want Note 7 when released in Malaysia i think
I just saw the Note7 here in Baguio, Philippines, because we didn't get it nationwide retailers until first week of September. Lovely device. The screen really made me go wow along with the design. Camera seemed stellar. So I am not one of the Note7 haters. It can be polarizing smartphone but it doesn't take away some of its greatness whether you love it or hate it.
I was 50/50 going with either Note7 or PS4 slim and I told myself screw it. Note7 is just too lustworthy to ignore. The Note7 is kinda like iPhone 4 and HTC One M7 to me. The 4s corrected the 4. The M8 corrected the M7. The Note8 will likely correct the Note7 flaws. I just don't get why Samsung didn't future proof it enough with a newer SoC and only 4gb RAM. Same specs we saw six months ago with the S7. Note 3 and 4 had updated specs than their S4 and S5 counterparts. Note5 and Note7 didn't really improve the S-line half a year later.
I think the Note7 still seems like a great device although it earned some notoriety with the battery recall, XDA's mentioning it lags, and easy to scratch screen. I just believe alot of the issues could have been avoided had Samsung NOT listen to the DESIGN DESIGN DESIGN whining. Corning messed it with the display. Samsung messed up putting another glass rear with a sealed battery. And not updating the specs from the S series like the Note 1 through 4 did.
Alot of people who own the Note7 is going through a honeymoon phase and kinda blinded by its beauty like those early iPhone 4 and HTC One M7 owners. Excuses and in denial. After the honeymoon phase is over, those glaring issues starts to look bigger over time whether laggy software, scratches, and shorter battery than the S7 edge. Still a great device but no longer the unanimous best smartphone of 2016.
If you can overlook the flaws, it might arguably still be the most lustworthy IT smartphone of 2016 because of its jaw dropping design, display, and best in class camera. There is no other smartphone flagship of 2016 that interest me except this Note7. Not even the similar designed S7 edge either. Controversies and flaws aside, this is still the phone to lust for in 2016. It's just so irresistible for being the sexiest Note ever made...