After the news reported that a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 had exploded in the hands of a 6-year-old child, but later the child’s mother has clarified that, after all, the smartphone that exploded was a Samsung Galaxy Core Prime not a Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Yes, it is a bit confusing, but it is the fact which happened actually.
A Samsung Galaxy Core Prime Explodes In a Little Boy’s Hands
After the news reported that a Galaxy Note 7 had exploded in the hands of a 6-year-old, but later the child’s mother clarified that, after all, the smartphone that exploded was a Samsung Galaxy Core Prime not a Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Yes, now you too seem to be confused.
In this way, we would assume that the problem lies not only in Samsung galaxy Note 7, like now it happened in Samsung Galaxy Core Prime, So, is there any guarantee that later it will not happen in any other handset of Samsung.
The news, advanced by the New York Post, realised that a copy of the Galaxy Note 7, had exploded in the hands of a six years old child only.
This news reinforced the controversy regarding the numerous batteries in Note 7 that exploded, causing the South Korean company, not only suspend sales of this smartphone but also asked their owners to disassociate and return their Galaxy Note 7 smartphones.
But, after all, it was not the model that exploded in the hands of the child actually. In an interview with NBC New York, the grandfather of the child had said that the whole family had Samsung smartphones and the model that had exploded in the hands of his grandson, it was a Galaxy Note 7.
But later, the little child’s mother finally clarified that in fact, the device that actually involved in this accident was a Samsung Galaxy Core Prime model, yes, it is not a Galaxy Note 7. Yes, he is the little six years old victim Kadim Lewis who was playing games on the phone.
However, the South Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung has already contacted this family regarding the incident and here is what they stated to that family:-
We take every report very seriously and have Contacted the Kadim Lewis family to learn more about Their situation. As we are Currently looking into this case, we are Unable to comment further right now.
As in this case, the model is different, but the brand remains the same, which leads us to consider that perhaps this problem of exploding batteries, it can extend to other devices as well not only to Galaxy Note 7 only. However, for now, there is no news of other current cases corroborating this conclusion.