New Figures: So Comprehensive Is Note 7-Problem Has Been

Since Samsung began the withdrawal of Galaxy Note 7 for two weeks ago, there has been far more incidents and injuries than they first announced 35.

It is now two weeks ago that Samsung announced a complete sales stop and a recall of the brand new Galaxy Note 7, which does not even had struck the Danish store shelf yet due to a high demand.

Samsung announce that the 2. September was reported as about 35 incidents where the battery in the phone shorted out, overheated and went up in flames. Since then, there have been many more incidents and injuries as a result of the 2.5 million. Error hit the phones, as Samsung trying hard to get the early buyers to return or Exchange.

92 notified events-alone in United States

All over the world have Samsung involved the necessary authorities and institutions, and in the United States are conducted through the so-called authority therefore recall the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

Here are several interesting information, as Samsung has not announced since the original recall. Of the new information, it appears that the scope is substantially larger than first thought. Alone in the United States is that after two more weeks for registered entire 92 incidents of batteries that go up in flames.
As more stories in recent weeks have shown, some of these incidents resulted in damage to property, where, among other things. a House and a car is perished after the error appeared. The extent of such damage runs up in 55 episodes so far, sounds it. There are, at the same time also reported 26 incidents, where Note 7 have led to fire damage on persons.

It is worth noting that these figures apply to the United States. Nevertheless, it is about 2.5 times more events than that worldwide had happened only two weeks ago. This is a sign of the seriousness of, and it has therefore not been for fun, when Samsung strongly has recommended to switch off the phone and mail it immediately, just as several airports and public places have either banned or deprecated the use of the phone.

Samsung announces today that 130,000 copies of Note 7 has been replaced, so there is still a long way to go. Far more models will in all likelihood be swapped when Samsung is ready to extradite Note 7-models without fault in the battery. It will be the United States 21. September, while Samsung in Denmark informs that it is here at home will be in the month of October.