Galaxy S7 Explosion in Abuja – Samsung Respond, DaddyFRZ React!

Galaxy S7 Explosion in Abuja - Samsung Respond, DaddyFRZ React! | DroidAfrica
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A Samsung Galaxy S7 has reportedly exploded in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria. According to a tweet by a twitter user with the twitter ID @peekaymila reported this on his handle on the 15th of May, 2018.

In tweet, backed with a video prove as seen above, he said;

My colleague’s Samsung Galaxy S7 just exploded on his table.
Those whatsapp messages our mothers’ have been sending us are true, guys.

This is not the first case of Samsung smartphone explosion, and if you can not remember any, you should remember the Samsung Galaxy Note7 explosion fiasco back in September 2016, which was blamed largely on the built-in battery.

Efforts to ascertain reason for the current explosion in Abuja proved abortive. If you watch and listen carefully to the video above, the owner was asked either he was charging the phone before the explosion or not, and he responded No.

Few hours after the tweet went viral, Samsung support unit responded to the tweet. See their conversation:

From the conversation above, it is obvious that SamsungMobile is ready to come into the case fully, which should earn the friend of @peekaymila a brand new Galaxy device, if the incident investigation is proved in his favor.

After the video went viral, a popular controversial tithe preacher @DaddyFRZ, also responded to the tweet saying;

I have been vindicated!
Samsung, see your life? This could have been me o!
Wicked people asked why I collected IPhoneX I should let this same Samsung Galaxy S7 explode in my face abi?
My God that answereth by fire o!
The God of the #FreeNation is indeed the one true God!

From his tweet, it is obvious that he’s also had his own share of experience with Samsung device’s explosion. He also gave silent credit to Apple iPhone X in his tweet. But it important to note that both Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi, etc, are guilty of smartphone explosion.


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Stephen is the Editor-in-Chief @DroidAfrica. He has been in the tech space for over 6 years helping mobile technology users to understand more about their very own devices. His work on DroidAfrica is born out of a pure passion for tech, especially as it relates to smartphones.


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