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Man claims his Galaxy Note 7 blew up and set his car on fire

Man claims his Galaxy Note 7 blew up and set his car on fire
Man claims his Galaxy Note 7 blew up and set his car on fire
Following numerous reports of exploding batteries, Samsung might have a huge Galaxy Note 7 emergency on its hands as a man from Florida claims his phone blew up, setting his car on fire.According to a report from FOX 13 News, the incident took place this Monday shortly after Nathan Dornacher and his family returned from a from a yard sale.The Note 7 owner left his device in the family jeep to move some furniture, but by the time he came back, the vehicle had already caught flames.

Australian Airlines Ban Use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Phones After Battery Fires

Australian Airlines Ban Use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Phones After Battery Fires
Australian Airlines Ban Use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Phones After Battery Fires
By Tom WestbrookSYDNEY, Sept 8 – Three Australian airlines have banned passengers from using or charging Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Note 7 smartphones during flights due to concerns over the phone’s fire-prone batteries.Qantas, its budget unit Jetstar and Virgin Australia said they had not been directed to ban the use of the phone by aviation authorities, but did so as a precaution following Samsung’s recall of the phones in 10 markets.Although customers will still be able to bring the phones on flights, the ban extends to the phones being plugged in to flight entertainment systems where USB ports are available.

Airlines banning Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on board

Airlines banning Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on board
Airlines banning Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on board
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 handsets have a problem, in that they sometimes go a bit on fire and might explode.That’s not great, especially if you’re on an airplane.So while the Korean giant has committed to recalling as many as two million handsets around the world, some airlines are taking action.

Galaxy Note 7 recall: Why does the battery explode

Galaxy Note 7 recall: Why does the battery explode
Galaxy Note 7 recall: Why does the battery explode
Galaxy Note 7 batteries keep exploding, pushing the tally well above the 35 incidents Samsung acknowledged in its global recall announcement.The company identified the batteries made by Samsung SDI as the cause of these explosions and decided to recall all 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 units that were shipped to retail partners and consumers.If you have a Galaxy Note 7, this post will explain how to trade it in for a new model, a different model or a refund.

Galaxy Note 7 banned from flights on Qantas, Jeststar, and Virgin Australia

Galaxy Note 7 banned from flights on Qantas, Jeststar, and Virgin Australia
Galaxy Note 7 banned from flights on Qantas, Jeststar, and Virgin Australia
Galaxy Note 7 banned from flights on Qantas, Jeststar, and Virgin AustraliaSamsung is facing a very large recall with about three dozen of its Galaxy Note 7 flagship devices having caught fire while charging due to faulty batteries.This has left Samsung to a recall that is expected to cost the company and the battery supplier in the area of $1 billion to make right.With the risk of fire from these devices, word came down this week that the FAA might ban the device from being carried on airplanes in the US.

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