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IN Technology ON 11 Sep, 2016
Another Samsung explosion caused trouble for Samsung again. Recently, Galaxy Note 7's battery issue has been the most infamous scam ever to hit the mobile market. Because of it, Samsung stopped selling the Note 7 globally. Samsung promised it would be back soon with complete tests. Recently a man sued a case against Samsung regarding the S7 edge explosion.
It also caused him some serious injuries. According to reports, U.S. safety commission advised every Note 7 owners to stop the use of that smartphone. After this explosion, S7 edge users should take some precautions that are given at the end.
This incident occurred three months before the Samsung's recent announcement that it is recalling approx 2.5m Note 7 phones due to a battery flaw.
Daniel Ramirez was working at a bookstore in Ohio. And that's when his Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge caught fire in his pocket which caused him second and third-degree burns.
There is just a minor design difference between Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. Galaxy Note 7 has a 3,500 mAh battery, compared to the 3,600 mAh battery used in the S7 Edge.
According to Samsung, its SDI subsidiary made the defective Note 7 battery. But do you know that S7 Edge is using the batteries supplied by Samsung's SDI subsidiary?
According to Samsung, they reportedly found only 35 Galaxy Note 7 devices with this issue amongst the 24 million units sold globally.
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Please follow these Instructions to save yourself.
1.) Don't charge and use the device & remove the charger when you feel the heat.
2.) Use only original chargers.
3.) Stop charging the device during the night or near the bed.
4.) Think again, where to charge and when to charge.
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