Sunday, 18 September 2016


Samsung Note 7 Explosion burns man and Samsung to face Suit
A Burnt Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Device
The well known OEM Samsung has taken drastic step to recall almost a million units of the the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 which was sold in the United State of America may have actually come late for a man in Florida who suffered a severe second-degree burn after his Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device allegedly exploded right inside his pocket.

The Florida Man By Name Jonathan Strobel has sued the Original Equipment Manufacturer Samsung Electronics for the incident that have happened to him. However, reported cases of overheating Samsung Galaxy Note 7, including more than 90 cases alone in the United States. Nevertheless the lawsuit marks the first legal battle that the South Korean phone maker Samsung has to face over its defective Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery. Samsung Electronics is anticipating more legal roadblocks in the next coming weeks, including potentially one or more class action suits as the case may be. Further more, in addition to the burns on Jonathan Strobel right thigh, Strobel also during the incident had his left thumb burnt when he was trying to
remove the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device from his front trouser pocket.  Jonathan Strobel reportedly said the incident occurred on September 9th 2016, a week before Samsung Electronics and the United State of America Consumer Product Safety Commission officially recalled the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 units whose batteries were believed to be faulty.

Nevertheless, Samsung Electronic has decided not to comment on the pending case of Jonathan Strobel, but advised all Samsung Galaxy Note 7 users to shut down their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices and return them to the seller as soon as possible. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 owners who had their handsets recalled can also visit the Samsung website for instructions on how to swap their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device.
Samsung Electronic said it would start shipping replacement units from September 21 in the United States of America, but the problem is less than 15% off Samsung Galaxy Note 7 units sold in the United States of America have been returned so far. Good News !!!


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