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Samsung Galaxy GT-N5100 explodes in Lagos

Pix of Samsung Galaxy GT-N51000 that exploded in Lagos.

From Pix of Samsung Galaxy GT-N51000
that exploded in Lagos.
A Samsung Galaxy GT-N5100 has blown up in a Lagos-suburb, Oshodi at the weekend, ITRealms can authoritatively report.

The Samsung Galaxy GT-N5100, ITRealms reports, recently had its battery replaced at the popular Computer Village, was said to belong to a top company executive, who was surprised on getting to fetch the device discovered a few days from where it was that it has blown up.

This is coming a few days after Samsung launched its dual latest in stock, Samsung S8 and S8+ in Lagos.

ITRealms recalls that not long ago, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery fires and explosions sparked two recalls and cost the smartphone maker at least $5 billion, according to Samsung.

The company's mobile President, DJ Koh was quoted at the end of four-month-long investigation on Samsung Galaxy Note 7 at a press conference in Seoul, South Korea that they took responsibility.
Bottom Pix of Samsung Galaxy GT-N51000
that exploded in Lagos.
Meanwhile, Samsung Electronics, said Galaxy S8 and S8+, were unveiled globally with the feature-polished metal chassis covered by curved Gorilla Glass 5 on the front and back. 

Even as the devices are available in Midnight Black, Orchid Gray and Maple Gold colours with internal memory of 64GB and up to 256GB microSD support. The Nigerian launch event took place at the Renaissance Hotel, GRA, Ikeja, Lagos, recently.

Chuks Egbune/GEE


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