The past few weeks has been very busy for Samsung, and their phones never stop giving them a bad time, especially the Galaxy Note 7 which has been exploding. Some days back, newsbarber.com wrote that the FAA is considering placing a ban on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on airplanes, and in that same report, we noticed an incident that resulted in the loss of $1400 worth of property. Samsung paid, but we noticed that the recall of the smartphones was not effective in the US as the FAA and other organizations haven’t really been notified of the recall by Samsung.
Well, it will get interesting from now on, as the recent incident has gotten the eyes of many rolling. The latest explosion has totally burnt the Jeep Grand Cherokee of a family in St. Petersburg beyond recognition. According to the owner of the car, Nathan Dornacher, “I and my wife went to yard sales over Labor Day weekend, while we were unloading a desk we bought for our daughter, I left my new Galaxy Note 7 to charge in the car.”