Is Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Safe to Use?


The majority of people is somewhat scared to buy the new Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge because of the recent incidents that happened. If you are not familiar with the story well there were some reports from Samsung Galaxy S7 users that phones are “exploding”. It wasn’t quite the explosion but the phones really did catch on fire. To be more precise the battery of the phone caught on fire leaving the users with third-degree burns.

However, there were only a couple of these reports in the whole world, the rest of 10 million devices that are used by customers continue to function perfectly without any issue.

Good decision to buy the Galaxy S7 or Not

In spite of all the incidents Samsung of course, wants to assure all the users that the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are safe and nobody needs to be scared of one catching on fire. They have in the past acknowledged some of the incidents about Galaxy S7 catching on fire and exploding, but they still saying that there is no proof that the incident was caused by the failure of internal batterie.

Samsung Unveils Its New Galaxy Note 7

Samsung is all about quality of their product, so be sure that they don’t want to promote a phone that is capable of exploding and severely hurting customers. Here is a list of things that can make you change your mind and purchase the Samsung Galaxy S7.

The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge both have big screens that can perfectly fit in any hand. The S7 Edge has a curved screen which provides easier access to various updates. This is the first phone that has a built-in camera with Dual Pixel tech. With that kind of camera, you can capture sudden movements with low light knowing that the pictures will come out detailed and sharp. One of the greatest things that the Galaxy 7 offers is the superfast wireless charging.


Both models are water resistant, the test has shown that they can be in 5 feet deep water for over 30 minutes. Battery life is something Samsung paid a lot of attention to, the regular S7 has 3000 mAh and the S7 Edge has 3600 mAh which is more than enough to endure more than 36 hours’ constant talk time. The phone comes with a storage of 32 GB that can be expanded up to 256 GB.

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