Big Bang? The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explodes while charging
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is still very new in the market and hasn’t even gotten into the hands of some of those that pre-ordered it yet, still, it has already racked up a reputation for itself in the midst of some people by being the next big bang, literally.
From China, a photo has surfaced that showed us the Note 7, or putting it better, what was left of the new high end flagship, after it exploded due to a charging session.
It was said that the event happened when the device was plugged in to a power source with its USB Type C cable port and for this reason, we suggest that you stick to the custom Samsung charging gear when you want to get some juice on your phablet’s battery.
Also, it would be safe for you to keep the device away from heat or water and not just when you are charging it too. The good news is that no casualties were recorded when the issue happened and coming out of China with these images, we are of the opinion that this is where the explosion occurred.
We are hoping that this is just some kind of manufacturing flaw and the issue would not be widespread. We wouldn’t want people to start panicking when their expensive Note 7 is plugged in.
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