After Samsung Galaxy Note 7 now Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has reportedly exploded while it was being charged overnight. Owner claims that he used an original Samsung charger to charge his phone.
After Note 7, Now Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Started Exploding
We all know that Galaxy Note 7 had everything to be a sales success but turned out to be a torment for the South Korean company. After the first explosions were reported, the company then actually stopped selling this smartphone and started worldwide a replacement program.
The replacement program also didn’t work and that’s what made Samsung suspend the production of its flagship device known as Galaxy Note 7. Following this, another high-end device from Samsung is catching fire that is Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
It looks like problems for Samsung just refuse to end, a user reported that his Samsung Galaxy S7 exploded while on charge. Phone Arena reported that “The user just received the unit two weeks ago after turning in his Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (version 2 with the “safe” battery).
The owner of the handset reported he was charging his phone with the original Samsung charger overnight when his phone caught fire automatically. The image shared by the publication shows that the exploded Galaxy S7 Edge is completely totaled, and beyond repair.
This is not the first time Samsung Galaxy S7 exploded, previous month, we saw that S7 Edge exploded inside the pocket of the owner which gave serious third degree burns. The owner has to undergo a complicated skin graft surgery and currently under extensive physical therapy.
After the first incidence, Samsung sent pop-up messages to users just to reassure that their Galaxy S7 units were completely safe, and there is no need to recall the devices. However, after the latest incident, it may soon become essential for Samsung to change stance and investigate seriously.
Many users claim that The number “7” is unlucky because almost all popular brands attached with number “7” is exploding. We have seen Galaxy Note 7 exploding, iPhone 7 Exploding and now Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. What do you think about it? Let’s us know in the comment section below.