As you might already know, an alleged replacement Samsung Galaxy Note7 unit recently caught fire on a plane in the US. This has resulted in the country's consumer safety watchdog (CPSC) launching a probe into the incident.
While there's currently no official information on whether or not the phone in question is a new, safe Galaxy Note7, experts are of the view that if it indeed turns out to a replacement unit, Samsung could face a second recall of the handset.
"If itís the fixed phone and it started to smoke in his pocket, Iím going to guess thereíll be another recall," said Pamela Gilbert, a former executive director of CPSC.
She also said that the agency could come up with a decision in this regard as early as next week. "This is not something you want to leave hanging out there."
According to Nancy Nord, a former acting chairwoman of the consumer safety watchdog, a second recall is unusual, but added that it could certainly be done "if it appears this is something beyond an aberration."
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Sabotage buddy. .That's all. I think they need to do a thorough cooperate investigation and get to the bottom of this....