Another Galaxy Note 7 unit deemed safe explodes in Minnesota
At a point when the sales partners of Samsung on the Galaxy Note 7 units in the United States region are already finding it hard having to replace all the units that they had earlier sold in to the market, they have even bigger fish to fry now with reports coming out of everywhere that even the new replacement units are not safe and they have been reported to explode in a couple of places again.
While those kinds of news have been dying down and Samsung has done well to calm down its customers for the time being, anther unit of the smartphone just had to go on and explode in Minnesota again and yes, this is also a replacement unit.
Announced at a local radio station, the device was sad to have been operated by a 13 year old girl as at the time the incident occurred and she started to feel a burning sensation in her thumb before the device went off in sparks an flames.
At this point, even going for a replacement doesn’t seem to be the answer and even though Samsung is bound to lose even more billions of dollar, they should really consider taking these units off the market for good.
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