It looks like Samsung’s woes from the Galaxy Note7 issue isn’t over yet after another one of their mobile phone units is starting to gain notoriety for also exploding in some instances.
According to the Phone Arena, a private individual who wished to remain anonymous said one of their customers came in and complained about a Galaxy S7 Edge that apparently exploded.
The complainant said he charged the S7 Edge overnight when it exploded.
What makes things worse was that it was supposedly the replacement unit he got from Samsung for his faulty Note 7 that had a similar problem.
At least two cases involving the S7 Edge were reported in September with one in the Philippines and the other in the US where the unit exploded inside a man’s pocket.
Earlier this month, Samsung stopped sales of their new flagship device, the Note 7 after their replacement units were reported to have either caught fire or exploded just like the units from its initial release.
The promising smartphone which packed both elegance and great features was poised to be this year’s best and was released internationally last August 19.
So far, no details have been released yet on the possible reason for the faulty devices as Samsung continues with their investigation on the matter.