The news of burning Galaxy Note 7 is not a surprise for us anymore. Following the recent havoc, Samsung started replacing the first batch of their Note 7 lineup. No doubt that Samsung hoped their second batch of the Galaxy Note 7 would solve the issue and get the company back on the track.
However, haplessly the problem is still intact with the replaced units as reported by one of the Chinese tech worker named Hui Renjie. The 25-year-old said that he had ordered his Galaxy Note 7 on Sunday and was delivered the same day. Later, the Galaxy Note 7 started emitting black smoke and eventually blasted into flames while charging.
As stated by Samsung, they’ve contacted the customer and will examine the wrecked Galaxy Note 7 unit comprehensively. Samsung also said that China was not enlisted on the list of replacement since the phone sold their was integrated with batteries from different suppliers.
This is not the first incident we’ve heard of the problem as some replaced Galaxy Note 7 units were reportedly having problems for few days as people were witnessing their replaced Galaxy Note 7 unit quickly overheating and losing the battery power. Later, Samsung stated that the case was unrelated to the batteries.
With recent unfortunate incidents, Samsung would surely be itching to solve out the problem and jump back into the market with their upcoming Galaxy S8 flagship as soon as possible.
Source: Cult of Mac