The Galaxy Note 7 Have Been Blowing Up in the U.S

The Galaxy Note 7 Have Been Blowing Up in the U.S

UNITED STATES- The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 came out on August 19th, 2016, but since the phones have been blowing up lately, almost 2.7 million have been recalled.The phones have been catching on fire since the beginning of October.

They have been blowing up because of the high propensity of the lithium battery has been failing. Hundreds of the phones have had critical failures from the battery power, often resulting in the spontaneous combustions.

The Note 7 is prohibited from being turned and even brought on an airplane within the US by the federal law. The Federal Aviation Administration has officially banned the Note 7 from being used during flights.

Passengers are not allowed to charge to them or turn them on. The FFA advises fliers to: -Turn off the device, -Disconnect the device from any charging equipment, -Disable all applications that could inadvertently activate the phone, -Protect the power switch to prevent its unintentional activation.-Keep the device in carry-on baggage or on your person. (Do not place in checked baggage.)

The good side of the phone is that it is a beautiful, capable Android phone that showcases Samsung’s best in design, battery life, speed, and features. The 64GB base model leaves buyers with plenty of space for photos, games, and videos.

The phone stretched to a 5.7 in. curved display, S-Pen stylus, and a top-of-the-line camera and specs. These new features, however, are being overlooked due to the freak accidents that are occurring with the phones.

The bad side of the phone is that we can’t trust the hardware, given the reports of the battery fires. Until this problem is resolved, people should refrain from purchasing the Samsung Note 7.