We all know that Samsung’s been replacing their Note 7 devices after the several blast issues and banning around the world but what we don’t know is that why even the new “replacement” Galaxy Note 7 devices are also on the same track? It’s been the third Note 7 that has been reportedly blasted according to a report by WKYT.
According to a report by WKYT, another replacement Note 7 device has caught fire, this time sending the person direct to the hospital due to “smoke” inhalation. Obviously the smoke came from the “premium” flagship device by Samsung namely Galaxy Note 7. According to the report, Michael Klering who lived at Nicholasville, Kentucky woke up at 4am after sensing breathlessness in his room and to his bad luck the thing that was producing all the breathlessness causing smoke was his replaced Note 7. After the happening the victim had to visit the hospital that led him to acute bronchitis caused by smoke inhalation.
According to Klering it was just a week when he got hands on his new replaced Smartphone and this happened. He stated, “The phone is supposed to be the replacement, so you would have thought it would be safe. It wasn’t plugged in. It wasn’t anything, it was just sitting there.”
What’s more questionable as well as shocking is that Samsung knew about the event and the message that Klering received on his message from a Samsung representative read as, “Just now got this. I can try and slow him down if we think it will matter, or we just let him do what he keeps threatening to do and see if he does it.”
Everything has a limit and this message states how Samsung crossed it so easily.
Taking a note of the other two happenings, they were as follows: A replacement Note 7 caught fire on Thursday over an airplane and the other one caught fire in the hands of a thirteen-year old girl on Friday this week.
Seeing all this all I can say is that, Samsung is nearing its end as if the scenario remains the same then no one will really even think of buying a budget device as if their premium phones are not safe then how can be rely on the “cheaper” budget devices.