OMG! Samsung Galaxy S10 5G EXPLODES
OMG! Samsung Galaxy S10 5G EXPLODES

It seems that the South Korean giant Samsung wants to avoid losses due to devices that catch fire; of course, we all know what happened with the South Korean big Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Therefore, now the company, the South Korean giant Samsung, quickly denied that a “manufacturing defect had caused the explosion of a Galaxy S10 5G in South Korea”.

OMG! Samsung Galaxy S10 5G EXPLODES

The South Korean giant Samsung wants to avoid losses due to devices that catch fire; of course, we all know what happened with the South Korean big Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7.

Therefore, now the company, the South Korean giant Samsung, quickly denied that a “manufacturing defect had caused the explosion of a Galaxy S10 5G in South Korea”.

Recently, a user posted photos of the all-new Galaxy S10 5G that would have caught fire spontaneously in a forum as the user stated that the smartphone was at a table when it began to smell smoke and suddenly caught fire.

The situation described by the user recalls what happened with several units of the Galaxy Note 7, which in 2016 needed to be placed in ten countries, including South Korea and the United States. However, the most shocking thing is that the South Korean giant, Samsung, has claimed tnot tofbe at ault in this new case.

According to the manufacourse, the South Korean giant Samsung’se damage was caused by an external impact and not by an internal fault. For this reason, the South Korean big Samsung has refused to compensate the Galaxy S10 5G owner, who bought the device for $1200.

Image Source: Sammobile
Image Source: Sammobile

However, the case comes after the South Korean giant Samsung confirmed a 60% decline in profit for the first quarter of 2019 over the same period last year. Hence, the company had already alerted the investors to the likely outcome in early April.

Image Source: Sammobile
Image Source: Sammobile

The main reason for the downturn is the lower demand for smartphones and memory chips. Between January and March, the company, of course, South Korean Samsung’s operating profit was $5.3 billion, and in the first quarter of 2018, it stood at $13.4 billion.

Last week, the South Korean giant Samsung also announced that it would postpone the launch of the Galaxy Fold simply to reinforce its foldable screen. As Anatel even approved the device, but still the company; of course, the South Korean giant Samsung decided to review the project after reports of failures in units tested by the journalists and testers.

Some flaws would have been caused by removing the film that protects the phone’s screen. While in a statement, the company itself, of course, the South Korean giant Samsung said that it will take steps to improve screen protection and strengthen the guidelines for not removing the film.

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