A second Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device replacement which the company deemed safe has a gain Caught fire in the United States.
Forcefully, Samsung is expected to come up with new models of smartphones. This is after some complaints of faulty batteries from the smartphone users.
One of the Samsung Galaxy 7 users from Kentucky claimed that he was very scared when he woke up only to find his bedroom full of smoke.
This accident takes place after one replacement of Galaxy Note 7 on South West Airlines Plane caught fire on Wednesday.
“The phone is supposed to be the replacement, so you would have thought it would be safe,” said Michael Klering of Nicholasville from Kentucky as he speaks to one of the local broadcasters.
Michael also added that, the phone was not plugged in when this fire accident occurs on Tuesday at his home.
Samsung Company is now facing full-blown crisis as their product users shoots serious queries concerning its obligations when it comes to public security.
The only subject to a mass of recall in the month of September was the Note 7, but Samsung claimed the problem was already identified and fixed.
A plane on fire
Last Wednesday, a Note 7 replacement caught fire on a plane belonging to Southwest Airlines plane due to fly from Louisville in Kentucky to Maryland Baltimore.
While speaking to journalists, the South West Airline spokesperson said, “A customer reported smoke emitting from an electronic device. All customers and crew deplaned safely via the main cabin door.”
The crew together with the customers evacuated the plane before it took off. Samsung claimed that the incident was being investigated.
In a given statement, the Samsung Company said, “We are working with the authorities and Southwest now to recover the device and confirm the cause.”
The company also claimed that once they have examined the problem with the device, they would have more information to share with the public or the users.
Customers were assured that the fixed devices were safe to use and there were no more problems to be experienced. This took place last month.