It looks like Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has tumbled down since there was a minor fire breakdown in the factory wherein there was an adverse effect due to the malicious batteries which led to eruption.
Officials announce that there are no major damage in the factory is reported. The factory caught fire only after a month when there was allegation that the batteries were irregularly sized and Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones caught fire.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was launched on August 2, 2016 and there are allegations that the phones broke into fumes some days post manufacture.
Lithium batteries caught fire within the premises. Apparently, there were 110 firefighters and 19 trucks to put out fire. The firm said the batteries did not properly fit in the devices – and manufacture issues from a second battery supplier were also to blame. This flaw forced the South Korean firm to recollect 2.5 million smart phones and also some of its customers were injured.
Spokesman Shin Yong-doo told that the fire did not affect production and only occurred at a waste depository. Just a month after the launch, mobile chief D.J. Koh held a press conference in Seoul, South Korea where he announced the recall of 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 devices that would eventually be replaced with a new and safe Note 7.
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