Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is exploding in South Korea, Samsung claims its not his fault
One of the first batches of devices launched with 5G compatibility is the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. There are many key differences between the standard version and the Galaxy S10 5G variant. Samsung fully optimized the device for better reception and performance of 5G before launch. A Galaxy S10 5 G unit is exploding in South Korea despite all the optimization and tweaks.
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The owner said his phone had exploded for no reason whatsoever. The device was placed on a table when it was swallowed up by smoke, said Lee, the owner of the burned Galaxy S10 5G. The attached photo shows the severe burns with the cracked display on both the front and back of the device.
Samsung denies any reimbursement as the company believes that due to external impact the damage is being done. Samsung refused to reimburse the smartphone that cost 1.39 million won (~$1226) after carefully inspecting the Galaxy S10 damage.
Nowadays, Samsung is rapidly investigating any fire and burning cases to bare-off Note 7. After multiple fire cases, Samsung banned Note 7 in 2017. After the fiasco of Note 7, Samsung’s reputation was at stake. The Korean giant has since followed some stringent policies to check all issues related to the battery.
On April 5, Samsung launched the S10 5G Galaxy in South Korea. The device available for South Korea’s 1.39 million won $ 1300 aka with 256 GB of storage, and it will soon be surfacing in the US. Three major telecom caries in South Korea – SK Telecom, KT, and LG Uplus deliver 5G services.
The Korean Samsung Galaxy S10 5 G comes with a 7-nanometer processor featuring Exynos 9820 octa-core processor. There is an Infinity-O display of 6.7 inches with a 505 PPI pixel density. The S10 5 G shares an ultra-wide, 12MP telephoto, and 12MP wide-angle camera triple rear camera module. For selfies, there is a 10 MP selfies camera on the front side.