Top reason why Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phablet battery explodes
If you were among those ‘lucky’ people who had bought Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, I am sure you must be in perpetual fear now. You may be among those people who might be praying that their handset doesn’t end up exploding as has been the case with around three dozen ‘proud’ owners of the smartphone.
The phablet was among the most awaited smartphone from the Korean tech giant. This was because of the fact that Galaxy Note phablets have always been among the most sought after handsets in the market and among the highest selling devices from Samsung.
This phablet too was expected to do the same thing. Samsung was hoping that the launch will turn the tide in its favour against Cupertino based Apple, the makers of iPhones. But many a times things don’t really move as expected. And the same thing seems to have happened with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
The smartphone or rather the phablet was released in the US and other major markets on 19 August 2016 after being showcased on August 2. The handset seems to be much more improved compared to its previous model. The phablet inherits the hardware and improvements of the Samsung Galaxy S7, including the restoration of expandable storage and IP68 water resistance, and introduces new features to the series such as a dual-sided curved display, improvements to the bundled stylus and new software features which utilize it, an iris recognition system and a USB Type-C port.