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Samsung dangles freebies with pre-registration for Galaxy Note 8

Samsung dangles freebies with pre-registration for Galaxy Note 8

A Samsung Galaxy Grand duos phone has reportedly exploded in a man's pocket in Indonesia.

According to the latest reports, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung are supposed to debut constantly with the conventional fingerprint scanners that are located in the rear plates, because the company has still to overcome obstacles in the certain development before embedding such sensors into the displays panels reliably. This left us with a weird positioned fingerprint sensor on the Note 8 and a total absence of one on the iPhone X.

The update roughly weighs 1GB and this update brings the August security patch to the phone but we have not yet confirmed that Blueborne fix is present in this update or not as from the side of Samsung nothing has been mentioned about it. This update is currently available in UAE and we can expect this to arrive in other regions as well. However, it seems the company may not be entirely at fault this time. The smartphone is one of Samsung's older Galaxy Duos, which was launched way back in 2013.

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The Note8 is rootable via XDA member me2151's SamFAIL utility, and (as you'd expect) there are plenty of caveats. The video shows the man falling to the ground as soon as the phone explodes in his face with a bright white-blue light.

The CCTV footage shared by Channel News Asia recorded the entire incident on tape. Synaptics, BeyondEyes, and subsidiary Samsung LSI all have their foot in the door so to speak and have shipped samples to the firm, with the two latter companies being favorites. Someone comes to rescue immediately, and he removes his shirt avoiding any major injuries.

We sincerely wish for our customer's swift recovery, and strongly recommend all our consumers to use Samsung's genuine or approved batteries for the Samsung products and should not go for the batteries which are coming from the third party.