Bunyau engau Mujap, 03 Sep 2016I think u know what Note 7 problem is.I didn't got what you said.
AnonD-100398, 02 Sep 2016dude cameras on lg g5 is anytime better than of s7 ,s7 edge and Note7.
rest of the specs are ... moreNote 7 has (first ever phone having)cgg5 on both sides,brighest phone,(first ever phone with)dual edge screen,(too much)improved s pen,IP68 certified(dust and water proof),sAMOLED 5.7 inches(big) screen,1440×2560 pixels(518 ppi pixel density),(first ever and improved)grace ui,always on display,exynos 8890 chipset(octa core with great benchmark),mali-T880m12(great gpu),4 gb ram with 64 gb rom,expandable storage,same cameras of S7E(which won a lot of awards for camera),better li-po battery,(first ever samsung phone with)type c connector,(first ever phone with)iris scanner which is great,SpO2,fast charging,wireless charging,3500mAh(large battery),HDR display.
I think these specs. are great.
In my country stopped selling Note 7 due to its charging flaw and for those who already bought it they will replace the devices for free that was an official announcement from samsung here! Really sooooo disappointed :( :S
Anonymous, 04 Sep 2016LOL! I have been using wireless FAST charging with my 64GB Note 5 ever since.
There was never... moreA big DUH right there. I was NOT talking about fast wireless charging. I was talking about charging with third-party USB Type-C cables with logic chips that are not compatible with the fast charger.
Reread what I said and REALLY watch the video. The video demonstrates the danger that happen with incompatible cables, and was to help Note7 with Type C connection to avoid using fast charging with third-party cables - even with recognized brands.
Looks like manufacturers are not yet coordinated with the standards with USB Type-C and fast-charging with using Type-C cables.
You aren't contributing to these forums, might as well keep mum if you don't have anything helpful to say.
Anonymous, 04 Sep 2016Faulty battery, never mind. Safety is more important than those features.
Note 5 is safer. I'... moreYes, I'm getting back a more stable battery. I'm covered for one year, and I get the still best. The thing about storage cards is I treat them as really temporary. You think I keep my only copies on my card? Sorry, my OneDrive is constantly uploading and updating all my important folders.
Just don't get the Note7 then, with all your complaints. Let see you go back on your word.
Pedro-TheNeighbor, 02 Sep 2016STOP using quick charging!
Amid this controversy of exploding Note7 while charging, I am no... moreLOL! I have been using wireless FAST charging with my 64GB Note 5 ever since.
There was never any news of Note 5 exploding.
Now here you are depending the faulty Note 7 explosion here and there.
Samsung itself already recalled all units sold, that is the same thing as admitting that Note 7 is really dangerous. Wake up blind troll!
Pedro-TheNeighbor, 03 Sep 2016Well, as per Samsung's order for a recall of every Note7 sold before China market, I'm giving ... moreFaulty battery, never mind. Safety is more important than those features.
Note 5 is safer. I'd rather wait for the next Note phone.
Good luck with your files in the 256GB microSD card once it exploded. LOL!
OM! This phone is not safe!
Note 5 is better and safe.
Don't trade safety for microSD card support, it is not worth your life.
While some of the Note.5 owners are coming here complaining how the Note7 is not worth the upgrade, here are 10 reasons why the Note7 is better than than last year's Note:
1. Better screen tech with max 1000 nits brightness, HDR playback.
2. Front and back ambient light sensor for better autobrightness control.
3. Better S Pen with smaller tip and twice more levels of pressure sensitivity at 4096 and accuracy.
4. Better Camera - best performing for both stills and video with f/1.7 sensor.
5. More base storage at 64 GB as 32 GB was the only option for most countries for the Note.5.
6. Water-resistance - rain, snow, pool accidents.
7. Memory expansion as opposed to the general 32 GB availability of the Note.5.
8. USB Type C port for future proofing and transfer speed.
9. New software features - secret folder, edge software, S Pen translate, magnifying, GIF making.
10. Iris scanner as a backup way of unlocking.
11. Bigger battery and longer usage time.
Both during their launch cost were pretty much the same, yet for better value with functions - guess which is better for your money?
AnonD-100398, 03 Sep 2016That is correct man!Note7 is having lots of issues. even i am not happy with the gorrila glass... moreJust stick to the Note.5 if you're not even happy with the camera, you think the glass are very scratchy, and all the excuses you keep telling.
Yet it's contradictory that you're considering moving up to the Note7 with all your negativity about it.
AnonD-100398, 03 Sep 2016me too! Man however Note7 is currently having lots of issues but samsung took a wise step to r... moreIts Apple's chance now to gain more users specially after this fail by Note 7 :(
Hope samsung fixes that very soon! I was waiting to upgrade my S6 edge plus to note 7
I loved my Note 7 from the first day I received it. It has a lot of features and applications including Microsoft office. The screen display is very crispy clear The 256 micro sd card expandable memory is very useful to store photos, MP3 songs and even movies.
Almost perfect phone, but the curved display was a huge mistake.
Anatomically absurd and totally useless.
It's against the common sense.
AnonD-550733, 03 Sep 2016Can you tell some of them?I think u know what Note 7 problem is.
Savor, 03 Sep 2016Still have some hope for this phone once everything gets cleared and the dust settles.
Not... more1. the software isn't laggy. it isn't the butteriest or the smoothest out there but it isn't laggy at all. been using my note 7 for about a week now and it hasn't lagged. maybe a few hiccups but they're much fewer than the ones i experienced with my note 4, which even then weren't very common. i don't know why people love to blow things out of proportion when talking about touchwiz and lags. the plainest fact is that no, it isn't laggy.
2. i'm not very well versed when it comes to ram management so i'm just going to say that in my experience, having more than 20 apps in the background doesn't appear to elicit any problems. most apps aren't closed but i admit there are some that do have to restart.
3. still no scratches for me, and the sides are the ones that aren't covered by a screen protector. the metal chassis is still pristine. so far so good.
4. the exploding battery is indeed something to worry about. while they say it's not likely to happen, better safe than sorry. the global recall is a good initiative and i'd be willing to have my unit exchanged just so that i don't have to worry about the battery exploding on me.
5. i have the exynos version, and so far no reboot loops. might be isolated cases but other flagships have this problem too.
all in all, it's far from perfect, but nothing really is. however, it meets the needs of people who constantly have to jot things down or work on the go.
i wish screen should be wider it's look like edge i did not like it the only thing is good is sd card