[FACEPALM] Galaxy Note 7 battery factory catches fire…


The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery fiasco is still fresh in everyone’s minds. Besides being a hazard for all users of the phone, the mishap even turned out to be a PR disaster for Samsung.

To add fuel to the fire (figuratively?), a factory in China that produced the Note 7 batteries was reported to have caught fire.

According to Bloomberg, that fire wasn’t a major one, but certainly trivial. It also seems to have occurred at a waste site on the factory rather than around the production areas, which perhaps also explains how the production wasn’t affected.

The fire accident occurred on Tuesday morning.

The Note 7 lived a short but adventurous life in 2016. The phone was pulled off of the market twice, and then ultimately cut short.

Do you think we assume our smartphones to be much safer to use than they actually are?

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8 Comments

  1. Assefa Hanson
    February 9, 2017

    Lol

  2. SupZen?
    February 9, 2017

    Those batteries must be really HOT deals!

    • February 9, 2017

      Probably selling like hot cakes.

  3. MitsosDaBest
    February 9, 2017

    LOL! The Note 7 nightmare will never end…

  4. Karly Johnston
    February 10, 2017

    They store defective batteries at a battery factory? Does anyone see a problem with that.

    • Wolvie
      February 10, 2017

      THE TRUTH is out there, it just samsung too ashamed to admit it as usual to prevent mass panic to their potential buyers LOL

  5. February 10, 2017

    North Korea should begin mass producing Note 7’s batteries, then the world would actually take them seriously.

  6. Dominó85
    February 10, 2017

    They have concluded insurance of billions of dollars, then the factory “suddenly” burnt down to the ground… What a surprise. Only idiots cant see these facts. Samsung make money from this situation instead of losing it.