[Video] Samsung phone explodes in a man's pocket

[Video] Samsung phone explodes in a man's pocket

Support for RCS messaging is not yet universal across all messaging apps and networks, and some users affected by this issue have reported that turning off an Advanced Messages feature on their Samsung device appears to have halted the problem. Now the company investigated about it and reveals the reason of burst out is because of the use of the third-party battery.

Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 8 in Kenya yesterday and as expected, the phone carries a hefty price tag of Ksh 105,000. However, it seems the company may not be entirely at fault this time. Fresh information coming from Ming-Chi Kuo, a reliable analyst from KGI Securities states that Samsung will embed an optical fingerprint scanner under the display of the Galaxy Note 9 that will be probably unveiled in Q3 2018.

As for the iPhone 8 Plus, it has trouble with autofocusing at times, color cast in low-light and indoor environments, and noticeable noise when recording videos in low-light settings.

"There was a strong sensation of heat and I felt something start to shake", said the man whose phone went awry.

The video surfaced on October 3 shows a man suffering from severe burns as the phone explodes in his face.

It's no secret - manufacturers tried to take things to the next level this year by putting a fingerprint reader underneath smartphone displays and failed to bring it to retail. Someone comes to rescue immediately, and he removes his shirt avoiding any major injuries. Samsung told CNN "We sincerely wish for our customer's swift recovery, and strongly recommend all our consumers to use Samsung's genuine or approved batteries that have been specifically designed for use in Samsung products".