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Samsung has been quite troublesome when it comes to battery management for smartphones and it blows. The Galaxy Note 7 was a good example that made headlines around the world. However, a recent revelation from a tech YouTuber revealed that the battery issue is still there. Shit yeah! My Huawei phone performs amazing battery wise, Kudos to Huawei.

As Mrwhoistheboss shows, he discovered that several of his phones, including the Samsung Galaxy S10, had faced a serious battery issue that was exploding. According to the YouTuber, the device was used multiple times after release for tech comparison and left on the shelf with his other smartphone collection.

Obviously, only Samsung phones that blow their batteries, iPhones and even Chiense companies don’t have nicknames. To be mentioned, it said to keep all devices in the same arrangement and organized accordingly.

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Response from Samsung:

When shared on Twitter, Samsung replied to the YouTuber and asked to collect the device with the bad battery and after a follow-up conversation, the device was recovered. However, the YouTuber did not receive any further remarks on what Samsung is doing with this device which was collected.

More exposure:

You see, Mrwhostheboss is not the only one to find out about this problem, MKBHD in the video also mentioned that such problem was also noted in a few of the Samsung phones on his shelf.

Moreover, a number of users and tech YouTubers confirm that this issue is noticed on other smartphone brands as well.

Still, the majority of them criticized Samsung for the magnitude of this battery explosion incident.

New phones:

That’s right, the tech YouTuber suspected there should be an inspection of the new foldable devices, and Guess What? The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 had the same battery explosion issue when its back cover popped out of the swollen battery.


Currently, Samsung has not released any official statement on this, but this is a serious issue and it means a lot of people are using Samsung phones. However, we need to know if this only happened to devices that were stored and not used for a long time.

Still, it’s a sarcastic way to imagine that other brands such as Huawei remain good even without a long break in use.


Here’s what experts say about a swollen smartphone battery.

“A swollen lithium-ion battery can catch fire or explode. Proceed with extreme caution and at your own risk when removing a swollen battery from an electrical device. »

If you have such problem with your phone with Samsung or any other brand then we are aware of it as it could be very dangerous. We recommend that you do not use the device or take it to customer service.

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