Samsung galaxy a3 has exploded in Indonesia ,, in the hands of a child who was playing games ,,, wifi and mobile data is off just a few days ,, it happened yesterday
Guys...i have Note2 which i bought in November 2012 and i still use it , hand down its one of the best phone Samsung ever made...it's still in full original condition...and i am still using the original stock battery that came with the phone...yes that's right it's going to be 4years this November and i still use the stock battery...because i took really good care of my phone...!
But there's one issue , 1st 3 years the phone used to easily last me 2 full days , but from just 4-5 months before , it lasts me only 1.5 days or sometimes even less , that means the battery life has started degrading...so i started searching for the new official Note2 battery , but i still didn't found one , there's no stock anywhere...!
So there's a good chance that the person on flight might be using some third-party batteries...!
And people don't you think there's something wrong , why all this phones exploding news only coming after Note7 Exploding scenario...?
sunnyrkts, 24 Sep 2016My money is on cheap duplicate battery. We Indians love to buy cheap Chinese products. Of course, you do.
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2016I suspect Samsung is getting framed especially by their non-loyal customerswhy should they be loyal when for destroying their old almost worthless now Note 2 can get brand new free iPhone 7 , and probably earn some money to .
I suspect Samsung is getting framed especially by their non-loyal customers
sunnyrkts, 24 Sep 2016My money is on cheap duplicate battery. We Indians love to buy cheap Chinese products. That is one, but other main problem is- many care not to listen to instructions while air travel.
I am sure this fellow must have kept his phone in charging mode ( using duplicate power bank) inspite of instructions for switching off during journey.
It is nothing new. I have seen many fellow Indian travellers( in domestic as well as international flights) ,who ignore this. Simply they say - kya faraq padta hai ( what difference does it make) and continue using and / or charging their mobile.
Myself being an Indian, I feel embarrassed by such indiscipline of us.
I have seen many BMW/ AUDI owners chatting on phone while driving. This is strictly no no. But who cares. With such an irresponsible behaviour of ours we expect to be called a developed country.
We do not become developed by more money, but being more responsible towards others and respecting the law meant for public safety.
My money is on cheap duplicate battery. We Indians love to buy cheap Chinese products.
Samsung Slave, 24 Sep 2016Where are reports of other company's phones exploding? Don't other brands explode?iPhone does a lot , but Crapple makes sure to cover up from anything leaking to the media ...
Where are reports of other company's phones exploding? Don't other brands explode?
"then placed the phone into a container of water."
lithium battery + water..
go explode or something!
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2016solution is : feature phone Like iphone?
TeamAndroid, 24 Sep 2016I feel sorry for Samsung because this obviously is not Samsung's fault :( it probably fault of... moreThey are annoyed of the menial media only.
There is no one so called tech media(even SamMobile an those with ''Android-blah'' names) that is not run by iguys. That's probably the St.Jobs' ''thermonuclear till the last cent'' legacy.
They just can not find one objective and unbiased popular tech site to read.
harlekkin, 24 Sep 2016To blame this on apple is a) immature trolling, and b) paranoid nonesense.
Because you CAN... moreDo I blame this on Apple??
Here is what I wrote:
'Apple must be in deep sht, when the media count on such dirty tricks with such ''news'''
If Apple pay the media, or the media guys make such ''articles'' because they die hard iguys, or US patriots....I don't know.
But for sure one of those 3 options. Right?
Kabbi, 24 Sep 2016It looks to me that somebody/someone have paid a lot of money to sabotage Samsung. Note 7 and ... moreThat's purely the media. Ever noticed that after something significant has happened, incidents of a similar nature seem to pop up constantly for weeks and months. It seems that suddenly and mysteriously more of these things are happening, when in reality it's simply a shift in reporting.
Batteries could have been exploding for years but the media turned a blind eye to it - now that it's news worthy these things get pushed to the surface because they are relevant.