Discussion in 'Google Android (OS & Devices)' started by d3vour3r, Apr 16, 2019.
What a balls up. So undoubtedly some people are going to proceed with the purchase of a phone with known major issues. Nutcases. Unless they think it will be some sort of collectors item.
I assume they will still come with a warranty and samsung will have to fix them when/if issues arrive.
That will be interesting to see how they handle. What sort of warranty can you reasonably expect on a device that has been recalled and sales cancelled? I guess they have to offer something given they're allowing the sale to proceed. Will be interesting seeing what the failure rate is like among the die-hards. Numbers will be anecdotal only of course, samsung won't want to say how it goes for them.
I'd say this, particular the Museum of Failure.
I'd buy it if I thought it would be worth a pretty penny in a few years
Best Buy are cancelling all preorders. Looks like they're trying to make a loss now than later for if it was to turn into a bigger fiasco.
A working sample might be.
You mean one without the issue?
Could be almost as sought after as one of the original Galaxy Note 7s...