Galaxy Note the flagship of Samsung 7 is dead and buried after two recalls and dozens of reports of overheating of the battery and the phone blasting. But what about the other Samsung phones?
In a recent report that the Galaxy S7 phone exploded in the man’s car raised concerned, but the company argues that there is nothing to worry about.
In a note published on Friday, Samsung says that there have been no confirmed cases of internal battery failures of Galaxy S7 series devices. However, there are some cases when the phone has been damaged externally.
“Samsung stands behind the quality and safety of the Galaxy S7 family and there have been no confirmed cases of internal fault battery with these devices in more than 10 million devices are used by consumers in the United States. However, we have confirmed several cases, caused severe damage to the exterior. The Samsung must be able to receive and investigate any device is not possible to determine the true cause of any incident, “Samsung wrote in a note.
Last week a man in Winnipeg, told CTV News he was driving when his Galaxy S7 began warming up in the pocket; as soon as he took it out, it exploded, filling the car with smoke.
It should be noted that the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge phones have been on the market much longer than that Note 7 was discontinued after a few months, and many others have been sold, so that the chances of these phones have been serious battery problems issues are low.