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Anyone still rocking a note 4?? - Samsung Galaxy Note 4

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  1. Phases

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    How about ...without screen burn? Ha!
     

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    Yes I still my N4, was going to get 7, but I always wait a while in case something is seriously wrong or has bad reviews, so i did. Ha ha, for me. My notes still going strong
     
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    I still have mine and also waiting for Note 7 to get its act straight.
     
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    Have no screen burn, my note 4 is working perfectly. Like the day I bought it, awhile back. I am re-think in about the 7.
    I am looking at V20, sure has great specs and can change battery if you have 2.....if only samsung wasn't trying to mimic apple...... could have saved millions.
     
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    The latest estimate is between $14 to 21 billion with a B.
     
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    WOW, wonder if they can sue that battery manufacturer, they should take the heat if that was the cause the malfunction.
     
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    That's what I thought, but they were built in house. They blame it on a bad setting on one machine. Now, they're going to outsource to a company in China. However, there's a rumor that other Samsung phones are popping up with similar issue but not to the same extent... rumors.
     
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    Well, if it's in house, it really cross my mind about sabotage then. Just a thought of my own, no rumors here. Just my wicked mind spinning. ....
     
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    I have had two of them, the first I killed it by laying it on the truck dash, pure and simple, overheating by UV

    the 2nd one, working like a champ, neither had screen burn in....
    I can't imagine leaving any one screen up long enough to cause that.

    the Note 4 is just about the perfect little hand appliance.
     
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    When did the Note 4 come out? I'm still rockin' my Tab 4...does that count? :goofydroid:
     
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    Only got a note 4 this January to replace a dead note 2. Great phone at a good price!
     

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launched in 2014 as the company's flagship phablet. It has a 5.7-inch screen with 2560 x 1440 resolution, 3GB of RAM, and an impressive 16 megapixel camera.

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