Samsung can’t get a break. In an unexpected unforeseen development, a Samsung outlet in a shopping center in Singapore burst into flames. Luckily the fire didn’t spread out and was quenched inside minutes.
The South Korean cell phone creator is expected to uncover the new Samsung Galaxy S8 today in New York. The fire broke out only a day back in Samsung’s store at AMK Hub in Singapore.
There was nobody in the range when the fire broke out and none of the nearby stores endured any harm. The region close to the Samsung store has been closed for “wellbeing reasons and cleaning”.
The reason for the fire has not been found yet.
Doomed Galaxy Note 7
Samsung’s misfortune hasn’t eased up as far back as the Note 7 disaster.
It began with the Galaxy Note 7 which was considered dangerous for use. Reports over the world about the Note 7 detonating made Samsung issue a worldwide review for the telephone to supplant/settle the battery issue.
The organization gave back the telephones in the wake of “settling” them however blast issues stayed with individuals announcing issues in the reviewed telephones too. Deals for Galaxy Note 7 were halted through and through a while later.
Battery Factory Caught Fire
Just a month ago, the battery industrial facility that made batteries for the Note 7 telephones burst into flames also. The fire began at the transfer region for disposed of telephone batteries in the production line.
It took 19 fire trucks and upwards of 110 fire warriors to smother the fire. This combined with the Samsung store bursting into flames has brought about a considerable measure of negative exposure for Samsung, particularly as the organization is preparing to dispatch the Galaxy S8.
The Galaxy S8 will be uncovered today at the Lincoln Center in New York at 8:00 pm Pakistan time (11:00 AM NY time).