Samsung launched its latest edition in the Galaxy flagship which is the Note 7. The smartphone was released a couple of weeks ago and the pre orders have been shipped out to all the customers all over the globe. The smartphone has received a great reception from the public as it offers top of the line features, the Note 7 is so much in demand that the production is not able to keep up with it. But according to some of the reports, all the features and specs did not stop the smartphone from exploding.
Reports suggest that the Note 7 was charging when the explosion happened. These kinds of cases are very rare as the technology of batteries and charging has come a long way. This kind of incident happening to such a reputed company like Samsung comes as a shock to us all. The original images were posted on Baidu that shows a Galaxy Note 7 which cannot be more than two weeks old, burnt and blackened, the reason given behind is an explosion. As of now any kind of information is not confirmed but we know as a fact that the user was charging the smartphone with a microUSB to Type-C converter for the cable and it just exploded.
We suggest you use the charger which is provided with the smartphone in the box. We hope that the incident is only contained on that particular device and not any other of them. If that is not the case then there will be widespread damage to property and might even be the reason behind injuries to other people. All we can suggest you right now to keep your new Note 7 away from hot places and do not let it come near water while charging. We certainly hope that this was just a one off and not a problem as a whole.