The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 as of now has been discontinued, and it was because of battery issues. After the handset was launched many users complained of random heat up even when the handset was not used, and in some cases the Note 7 caught fire, even exploded.
LeEco is going through a financial crisis and to curb extra expenditures the company will concentrate only on online sales in India. They had invested and were planning to go offline, but unfortunately they are pulling the plug for offline sales.
One common issue that most users face when connecting an Android Smartphone with their Desktop PC or Laptop is the smartphone connecting then disconnecting and this goes on and on. There is a simple way to fix this issue.
Soon after the government announced scrapping of Rs. 500 / Rs. 1000 notes, Indians have suddenly got quite active on social media and there is one particular news that is been forwarded / gone viral – Rs. 2000 currency note with GPS, NGC tracking chip etc.
PM Modi today made a major announcement – Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes that are currently being used in the Indian markets will be discontinued from midnight. The Government of India has taken this instant step to curb corruption and black market.
Another incident of a Samsung Galaxy handset exploding have been reported, this time in France and it has nothing to do with the Galaxy Note 7 in fact this time it was the Samsung Galaxy J5. Note 7, Washing Machine, now Galaxy J5, what next?
A Reliance smartphone user, yesterday, tweeted about his horrifying experience with LYF smartphone. As per the user his family had a narrow escape after the Reliance LYF phone that he was using burst into flames.
Whenever you hear those two words fire and Smartphone, the first thing that comes into your mind is the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, well as per the latest report it seems even the iPhone 7 is not that safe. Now an iPhone 7 caught fire.