Another Samsung Phone Caught Fire On Man’s Pocket & Company Is Blaming Third-Party Battery

Another Samsung Phone Caught Fire On Man's Pocket  Company Is Blaming Third-Party Battery
Another Samsung Phone Caught Fire On Man’s Pocket Company Is Blaming Third-Party Battery

Another video of bursting Samsung phone is going viral in amicable media. This time it’s not ill-famed Galaxy Note 7 though Samsung Grand Duos. The 47-year-old hotel executive Yulianto was watchful in a gymnasium of his hotel in Indonesia where he felt a heating prodigy in his breast pocket.

Another Samsung Phone Caught Fire On Man’s Pocket Company Is Blaming Third-Party Battery

If we take a demeanour during a prior year, we have seen Samsung had halted a prolongation of Galaxy Note 7 and discharged a whole units of it since a phone began to raze after few weeks/months of usage.

Not usually Samsung Galaxy Note 7, several other inclination from Samsung like Galaxy S7 Edge and J7 found bursting in several cases. Now, another video of bursting Samsung phone is going viral in amicable media.

This time it’s not ill-famed Galaxy Note 7 though Samsung Grand Duos. The reports from Daily Mail claims that a 47-year-old hotel executive Yulianto was watchful in a gymnasium of his hotel in Indonesia where he felt a heating prodigy in his breast pocket.

Reports from Daily Mail says “When he reached for his slot it unexpected exploded, environment his shirt land and promulgation sparks opposite a room”

The whole occurrence was held on a CCTV camera of a hotel. As shortly as a phone exploded, he fell to a belligerent frantically perplexing to get his shirt off for a few seconds before a witness stepped in to help.

Local military had investigated a whole occurrence and pronounced that Yulianto had suffered from teenager burns. Local military had also combined that a plant was regulating GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth underline concurrently when it happened.

Local media have contacted Samsung after a incidence, a association pronounced that consumer reserve is their initial priority and they will yield all a required support.

On a other hand, Samsung had told CNET that a battery that was being used on a phone was not from Samsung. Here’s what a association added, “We unequivocally wish for a customer’s quick recovery, and strongly suggest all a consumers to use Samsung’s genuine or authorized batteries that have been privately designed for use in Samsung products.”

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