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Thursday, 8 September 2016

See Reason Why New Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Is Exploding - See Now!

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 always get burnt, blow up and explode when charging the battery for a very long time as reported by the users. This device has alot of good specifications but expensive to buy or purchase, just imagine buying an expensive smartphone with your hard earned money and later get burnt for only charging sake ha! For me, I will just hmmm still thinking sha but don't know what you will do.


Well, this is not a joke as it has recorded over 40 cases globally within the short period the phone was launched hmmm this is a bad story. 

What is Samsung doing about this issue?

Samsung is currently recalling the device and offering their users new ones (or a different phone till it is replaced) in order to compensate their customers and protect their image.

Why is Samsung galaxy note 7 blowing up or exploding?

This is the question going round globally and Samsung has replied to it which says;

“Based on our investigation, we learned that there was an issue with the battery cell. An overheating of the battery cell occurred when the anode-to-cathode came into contact which is a very rare manufacturing process error. We are working with multiple suppliers to ensure that a rigorous inspection process is conducted to ensure the quality of our replacement units and we do not anticipate any further battery issues.”

So that is to say the Lithium material used in producing most phone batteries is highly reactive, and susceptible to cause overheating. In common physics, an overheated or short-circuited cell (battery) usually results to a chain reaction of other cells breaking. So that's the main fact.

This issue will also result a blow to Samsung company

It was also reported that the recalling could cost US$1 billion. So this is also a lesson to other companies and i pray God will help Samsung for this unforseen rare manufacturing process error.





Is it helpful? What do you have to say about this issue Samsung is currently facing? Have you experienced this issue and what do you do? 

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