The latest incident is the most sensitive to date, as it has been involved a minor. It happened last Saturday when a small New Yorker 6, a resident of Brooklyn, suffered burns to his body as he fumbled with the phone. As explained her grandmother, Linda Lewis, the New York Post his grandson “I was watching videos on the phone when the battery exploded.”
A boy of 6 years in Brooklyn, New York, suffered burns since the Galaxy Note 7 was defective. According to information provided by her grandmother, the child was using the device at home on Saturday night when he suddenly caught fire.
The explosions of the Galaxy Note 7 continue to occur throughout the globe. Although the company has asked customers to return the phone, last Saturday a new accident occurred. This time the victim was a 6 year old who was watching videos on the device. After being taken to hospital, has already returned home.
After further fire alarms housing skyrocketed but the family called 911 and the child was transferred to Downstate Medical Center where he was treated for burns. “Immediately terminated after the house alarms were activated,” Lewis continues narrating. A few minutes, paramedics came and transported him to Downstate Medical Center. Fortunately, the consequences of ‘explosive’ misfortune were not severe and the child is already at home. Still, in the words of her grandmother: “He no longer wants to see, much less approach to any phone. The boy does not want to see or be near any phone and has been crying a lot.”
Meanwhile, Samsung has “begged” from its official site and communicated through the media buyers that defective batch of Galaxy Note 7 please stop using them and change in care centers.
“We are expediting shipments of replacement devices to be delivered according to an exchange program as convenient as possible,” he added. The owners of the devices can go to Samsung service centers to who deliver rental phones for temporary use. Samsung plans to deliver from September 19 phones Galaxy Note 7 new batteries in South Korea, but schedules vary for other countries.