After Galaxy S4, Note 3 Does Not Come Without Stability Problems

After Galaxy S4, Note 3 Does Not Come Without Stability Problems

The most frustrating experience is to give over $600 on a phone like Note 3, only to realize its shortly imperfections.

Just yesterday the Galaxy S4 owners announce serious problems. It is the swelled batteries and users with disastrous risk events by simply using a flagship from Samsung. South Koreans have realized the problem and promised to provide new batteries to those who get to work in the near future.


Galaxy S4 issues were not gone and other problems arise for Note 3, for which we need more money to purchase. Several users have started to complain that their new phablet enter a reboot loop. Without having any sense and without a solution, the number of those who encounter such situations is not small. In theory, there have been few cases in which holders of Notes were unable to use the gadget only after they had the patience to fully finish the battery or removed it from the phone while it work.

If we need to find a logical whole situation, it appears that there were several instances where installing a firmware update triggered this phenomenon called boot loop. The same unpleasant situation occurred when someone intentionally reboots its device without putting it in advance in an airplane, which seems to function as a preventive method before anything.

At the time of writing this document, Samsung has not offered any official opinion on the situation. As a result, although another firmware update might work as a solution, the best would be to complain online. As the problem becomes more publicized, will become even more important for South Koreans.

About Federick Istat

Federick is the technical editor for He is our expert on everything related to computer components, from cooling systems for next-generation video cards up to processor overclocking.

One comment

  1. if I win the S4, then the first thing I will do is to tale a picture of my wife & son

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