Accidents do happen with mobile phones. Some drop them in water, some break them and some just lose it somehow. If it’s an ordinary low price phone then one thinks that no problem i will buy a new one better than this. But when it is a high end smartphone the condition of the owner can’t be described in words. Today we will talk about how owner of a latest Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone microwaved his phone and then tried to blame the company.
A couple of weeks ago owner of s Galaxy S3 claimed that his phone exploded all by itself. He posted on an Irish blog that he was driving when suddenly Galaxy S3 exploded and damaged his car. He further said that his face or his leg may have been damaged rather than the car. He clearly blamed the Korean company for all of this.
Proper investigation was carried out by the FIUK. The investigator found out that the energy that caused the explosion came from an external source but the owner of the phone was stuck on his side of the story. But when the investigation report came it was stated that
“The device was not responsible for the cause of the fire. The only way it was possible to produce damage similar to the damage recorded within the owner’s damaged device was to place the devices or component parts within a domestic microwave”.
After the investigation report the young guy came up with the original story and admitted that he had earlier lied about hoe the phone exploded. He said that
“The damage to the phone was caused by another person, although he was attempting to recover the phone from water which later caused the damage shown on the phone”
The phone was actually dropped in water by his friend who later tried to recover the phone by trying to dry it in a microwave oven which caused the blast. This was really a very stupid thing to do.