Savor, 03 Sep 2016^ You can spot the people right away who never owned the Note7. The negative people are usuall... moreI own every new device that is Android I own that one too but it's now too much to take from Samsung late on everything software quality control moving on to Apple keep burning your self samsung coz my moving to Apple is with 120GB of online data too
I know a few enthusiasts who prefer the LG for it's price and features. That G2 remains a good device. Good ROMs available too.
Samsung units are in mass production...ever their flagships phones they forget ir blaster and even notification light....till now i really enjoy using ir blaster for my old lg g2 n lg g pad...wha haha....sorry thats the fact....a9 pro user also here from philippines...
AnonD-584739, 16 Sep 20160.0024% of non-Chinese batteries are overheating. Samsung is replacing all non-China phones wi... moreIt was the batteries made by Samsung that were having the issues..... now they are trying to lie their way?
I'm buying note 5 with contract $149.00 dollars, which is cheaper and better than explosion...
AnonD-581759, 07 Sep 2016I heard that note 7 mobile phones were blasting in US Yes or No0.0024% of non-Chinese batteries are overheating. Samsung is replacing all non-China phones with new phones, which will be available for all Note 7 owners on Monday (Sept 19) in the UK, and on Wednesday (Sept 21) in the US. (The US CPSC introduced a 2 day red tape delay.) It's a non-inssue, really. But the whole issue has become something of a storm in a teacup, with insurance fraudsters faking their Jeeps burning up, and parents fraudulently claiming that their kids were burned.
If this device is available in China with 128GB of internal storage and 6GB of RAM, why is that model not available in North America?
AnonD-581759, 07 Sep 2016I heard that note 7 mobile phones were blasting in US Yes or NoYes it is blasting
AnonD-562549, 31 Aug 2016First, re-search about technology and then come back and make a point. 3500mAh isn't that bad ... moreright. i have less than 3000 mah and i feel bad about it.. 3500 is a good one to start with...
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2016I tested this phone intensive at T-Mobile store.
1) Nothing feels faster than Note 5 ( chro... more^ You can spot the people right away who never owned the Note7. The negative people are usually the most vocal and with the least experience with device compared to real owners. Glad the real owners are coming out and saying they love the device. Real owners are more specific and detailed.
The ones with the corny puns are ones who have never owned it or used it long enough. Can't afford it or can only play around with it inside the store. Haha.. So they try to be funny here or find reasons not to buy it because they can't afford it or love iPhone or a different brand so much. But they will make a sweeping generalization with a device they never owned anyway...
jc, 22 Aug 2016nooob battery First, re-search about technology and then come back and make a point. 3500mAh isn't that bad at all, I believe you have less than 3500mAh
I wasn't sure I was going to like my new note 7. I had an HTC ONE MAX. My old phone had a 5.9" screen so I felt like this phone might be too small.
I must say the Note 7 is really impressive. The screen is gorgeous. You can even take the blue tint out of the screen now. The battery life is incredibly long. There is a new swipe to capture screen feature. I like its light weight feel. I don't like the back arrow being on the right instead of left and I don't like phone goes to mute not vibrate when you turn the volume all the way down ( which means you might miss some calls). In all I really love this phone. I recommend getting one or two.
carell did the great job ! she fixed my phone yesterday but right now my phone is totally dead =( sad lyf =(