iPhone 7 is selling out even though it is made without the traditional headphone jack – Good for Apple! Samsung is on fire as well, but that’s not a good thing this time because they really are ON FIRE!
As ealier mentioned here at CityNewsWeb up to 1 million of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been recalled by Samsung because of exploding batteries, and around 90 % of the users have got them self a brand new Galaxy Note 7 – but there might still be a problem.
Actually smoke was reported in the cabin of a Southwest Airlines plane while it was parked at a gate in Louisville Wednesday morning. The culprit, according to reports, was a replacement Galaxy Note 7 according to NBCNews.com.
Samsung still don´t know if this was a new replacement of the Galaxy Note 7, but they certainly are aware of the problem: “Until we are able to retrieve the device, we cannot confirm that this incident involves the new Note 7. We are working with the authorities and Southwest now to recover the device and confirm the cause. Once we have examined the device we will have more information to share.”
According to some experts this is sure a downer for Samsung, but if we ask people in a few months or so many of us wouldn´t remember the case with the burning phones.
“Let’s say it´s true. Samsung would have to regain the trust of consumers. I could see them very quickly moving away from the Note 7 and accelerating the Note 8,” Patrick Moorhead, an analyst at Moor Insights & Strategy, told NBC News.. “But we also can´t forget they have a full line of other phones that don’t have any reported issues.”