Galaxy Note 9 To Have An Optical Fingerprint Sensor

Samsung Explosion

These reports have caught Apple's attention too, as the manufacturer now says that it's looking into the matter.

From the video, it is being visible that the Smartphone exploding with his shirt pocket covered in blue flames.

With the launch of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ with the elongated Infinity Display, the fingerprint sensor had to be repositioned to the back next to the rear camera. The event should immediately remind anyone who follows tech news about the exploding Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, where a number of Note 7 devices exploded due to faulty batteries. Out of nowhere, the phone begins emiting sparks before completely catching on fire. "There was a strong sensation of heat and I felt something start to shake. I took off my shirt as quickly as I could".

The company also has the largest market share in the world for Mobile as well as being the largest producer of memory chips, which are used in cars, ai and the Internet of Things. For starters, and as a point of interest, the smartphone depicted in the video above is more than four years old.

Samsung encouraged its customers to use Samsung's genuine products or at least approved batteries that have been specifically designed for their smartphones or at least approved by Samsung, if coming from a third-party manufacturer. This is one feature which Samsung, the South Korean giant, has been trying to do for a pretty long time. Samsung said to the CNN "We sincerely want quick recovery of our customer and the person, but we will also authentically advocate or recommended that people or customer should not use the third party battery for their Samsung gadget".

The man involved in the incident fortunately only received minor burns.



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