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Discussion in 'MacRumors.com News Discussion' started by MacRumors, Apr 17, 2019.
More like shipwide red alert; Apple is also working on foldable phones
So maybe this can warrant the legendary “bendgate” tag?
This gets exempt?
You'll notice how most reviewers see it as the future. Bumps along the way are par for the course for a new type of product.
How can you remove a protective layer that is not supposed to be removed? Its would be like a removable lacquering on the car.?!
This will make for a huge Galaxy Note 7-like disaster for Samsung
Is this #foldgate, #yourefoldingitwrong, or #foldyouso?
Expecting the usual it's a first gen product excuses. Yet no one holds back on Apple first gen products from critiquing harshly.
Don't remember either of those causing a product to fail in mere days of use. Poor design choices and inconvenient no one will deny. but far far different scenario than breaking a $2,000 device.
Does that mouse mouse? Does that pencil pencil? What does the Galaxy Fold do?
For extra yucks, compare how the media (and fans) will treat this compared to MBP keyboards...
Well, at least they're not catching fire.
When Samsung closes a door, they open a window..
They already learnt their lesson about the exploding batteries heir just shifting to something else now.... It is Gen. 1... but even a phone should be tested before it's released..
We gotta compare it to something else busted, otherwise it wouldn't be much of a fair rant
Well **** I already ordered one fingers crossed
Small group of reviewers facing broken models? Wow the failure rate might be high.
SamShunG GaLAxY FAAAAAIL
Puts “a thousand no’s for every yes” in context.
Imagine if apple had released AirPower and it had this level of defect.
This shows you don't know that the pictured method is only for the charge while not having the pencil charger at hand - moment
I don't know why I found this so funny. Maybe I deal with broken screens too much. Not surprising at all that the technology isn't quite as ready for daily use as they thought.
First generation and a product I was not buying for at least 3 generations.......thank you next.....
The device already looks broken before it breaks.
Samsung: Hold my beer
And you do realize those are the ONLY units in hand currently right? That's a pretty large defect rate then if that many are broken out of the few they shipped to reviewers so far.
You know, considering you just dropped $2,000 and its broken in 1-2 days.
At least this time there's no threat to airline safety.
Well dam I ordered one
Just avoid folding it in that way.
clearly an idea not yet ready for prime time