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Do Apple And Samsung Now Manufacture Time Bomb As Flagship Mobile Devices?

These is definitely not a happy moment for the two largest phone manufacturers in the world, Samsung and Apple, as news making the round concerning their latest flagship devices are quite disheartening for the smartphone giants.

It all started with Samsung, when it launched its flagship Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices few months ago and the event that was supposed to add more feathers to Samsung cap, later turned a fiasco as there were many incidences reported of the devices exploding and causing damages to the owners.

Recalling two of the most notable Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explosion incidences were the case reported by a Redittor on how his newly acquired Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices exploded in his hotel room while on a business trip to Australia.

And the second notable incidence was the one reported by Nathan Dornacher on how his Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that he left to charge inside the family jeep blew up the jeep.

The various reported explosion incidences caused Samsung to recall the new Note 7 devices and finally discounted its production after series of attempt to replace defective ones did not provide the required result.

Aside from the recent Samsung debacle on the launch of their Galaxy Note 7 devices, other worrisome claims are beginning to emerge, this time around not on Samsung devices again but on the flagship device of their fieriest rival in the entire mobile industry.

And the claims are on Apple flagship Iphone 7 devices, and Apple this time around have every cause to be upset on the latest claims by two iPhone 7 users on how the devices exploded and even causing physical injury on one account.

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One of the recent reports on iPhone 7 explosion currently making the round was that of an anonymous iPhone 7 owner who claimed that his iPhone 7 blew up into two pieces while he was try to record a video with it and even ended up causing him physical injury on the process.

Secondly was that of Mat Jones, an Australian surfer who also claimed that on return to his car after his surfing class, he met his iPhone 7 in a burnt state, filling his car with smoke and causing damage on the area of the car it was placed.

Though Apple is aware of these claims, which have led them to launch an in-depth investigation on the claims, but the question now is; what could truly be the cause of these recent ugly incidences bedevilling these two mobile giants.

Fingers are really pointing towards the Lithium ion battery that both the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and iPhone 7 were made up with, but unless thorough investigations and result ascertained on the causes of the device explosions are made by both OEM, the causes remain a mystery for now.

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Do Apple And Samsung Now Manufacture Time Bomb As Flagship Mobile Devices?


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