Samsung Galaxy S10 5G version reportedly caught fire in South Korea


Samsung has made a bombast recovery ( 😛 ), after what happened with the launch of Galaxy Note 7, and its batteries!

Samsung’s first 5G smartphone began shipping in Korea a few weeks ago. (It will arrive in the United States on May 16 by Verizon)

But in a very curious way, a Korean consumer, came to the public to state that after 6 days of use, his S10 5G, began to emit smoke, while it was still on the desk.

After these first worrisome signs, the user grabbed the phone and threw it to the floor. (which according to him, was the only impact that the mobile phone suffered)

After the incident, the consumer contacted Samsung and took his Galaxy S10 5G to an authorized repair center. Subsequently, Samsung responded, saying it could not compensate for the damage, because “There is no evidence of external damage.”

As you may know, the Galaxy S10 5G has the longest battery ever, from a Samsung smartphone (4500mAh). Do we have here a repeat of what happened with the famed Galaxy Note 7?

Besides, what do you think about this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.

Samsung Galaxy S10, the most economical variant revealed in some “leak”

The Galaxy S10 family of smartphones had a huge ‘hype’! But after hundreds of leaks and rumors, it seems that Samsung has fulfilled, and launched a really beautiful, innovative and powerful smartphone.

However, it is also true that competition exists, and it is strong. Samsung knows this, so it’s time to attack rivals with campaigns! In particular, exchange campaigns.

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