Few weeks were not on Samsung’s side as 2.5 million of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 needed to be recalled back because of the Note 7 explode issues. Also according to a report it is estimated that Samsung’s revenue has gone down by 5 billion dollar this year in which this Galaxy Note 7 blast issues were also there.
Now what can be called bad? This Galaxy Note 7 blast issues and recalling of all of the premium devices and incurring those losses or there’s room for more? This time Samsung has been sued for real and not for this Note 7 issue but this time for Galaxy Edge S7.
Samsung Galaxy Edge S7 Blast Issue – In Depth Analysis
According to an article on ClassAction the victim’s name is Daniel Ramirez who works at a bookstore in Ohio. While at work he noticed that his Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge was burning in his pocket that caused him serious third degree burns before parting it from his pocket. This incident took place back in May and now ClassAction has filed a case on Samsung on victim’s behalf.
According to the complaint filed, The Smartphone was completely charred due to the explosion and Daniel suffered third-degree burns on his right thumb and index finger, while second and third degree burns on his right upper leg.
He went through extensive treatments for the burns, which included significant graft surgery to his right leg causing him a big financial loss and marks for life.
While Galaxy Note 7 issues has laid down Samsung to such an extent that they are said to be spending around $1 billion of the amount to recall back 2.5 billion premium devices. This was revealed in a report by Bloomberg.
Some countries decided to ban Note 7 calling it as a threat, while others have laid down the rules stating that it should not be powered on while on the flight and be kept off till flight lands and the user is away from the airport.
What do you all think of this new problem that Samsung needs to face?
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