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Friday, September 9, 2016

Things are getting REALLY HOT for Samsung


The most recent of headlines really has some wondering if Samsung is in for a shocking plummeting of stock value, given recent claims that its devices are causing even vehicles (containing their devices) to go KABOOM!  In fact according to sources, the FAA strongly advises ALL Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices be stowed and turned off during flights; in stark contrast to progressively relaxed rules concerning electronic devices.  This comes after nearly 4 dozen devices out of millions (to keep it in perspective) have randomly exploded.  One claim as show in the picture below, proceeds to fault Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 for a car fire, according to ABC News.  


For now, we must wait to see how this situation turns out for Samsung, but something tells me that Samsung is in a hot mess and will truly take a market hit.  News comes at a very convenient time for Apple as they recently announced the launch of its new flagship device, the iPhone 7.  One thing is clear.  Lithium batteries need to be phased out as manufacturers phase in graphene and other materials of the future that will take our devices to new heights in terms of battery power.  

Either way, a plane is indeed safer, if all devices containing Lithium batteries were to be turned off. So, are you in the market for the device that is all the talk of town as well as local fire departments as well as the FAA? or will you just sit tight until all of this cools down?  Let us know in the comments below and don't forget to follow our YouTube Channel: CellPhonius for the latest in tech news and views that you can use.

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