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It's A Sizzler! A Hot-Potato? Nope. It's a Note7

It's A Sizzler! A Hot-Potato? Nope. It's a Note7
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It's A Sizzler! A Hot-Potato? Nope. It's a Note7
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2016-10-11T11:02:23+05:30

Users of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 have been asked to switch off their phones. No, this isn’t a misguided Whatsapp forward but a directive from the South Korean company.

After devices were recalled in September, it seems that even the replacement devices have started going up in flames and a latest video from a Burger King in Seoul, South Korea doesn’t help their case.

The video, shot by a customer at the outlet has something smoldering on the table more than the ordered meal next to it. It is in fact a Note7, and it required a pretty durable pair of mittens to usher it to safety.

Here is the video:


 

 

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