Reports of a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 catching fire earlier this month may feel like cause for alarm after the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7's widespread battery problems, but at this moment the incident is just that: an isolated incident. Real estate agent Diane Chung describes the story this way: her Galaxy Note 9 had become unusually warm during use.
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Over the weekend, the New York Post reported that Samsung's Galaxy Note9 caught fire in a Long Island woman's purse. It will definitely be a challenge for Samsung to figure out legit incidents and to placate the public who can still remember the circus around the literally hot Galaxy Note 7. Then she heard a whistling sound and noticed thick black smoke from her handbag. The issue was disastrous for the company, so it will no doubt be displeased to see a lawsuit alleging that a Galaxy Note 9, the most recent version of the large-screened device, has also ignited. She is also seeking orders to bar Samsung from selling the Galaxy Note 9.
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She quickly put her phone on the elevator floor, the lawsuit read, and tried emptying it but the phone burned her fingers as she grabbed it. The fire coming from the mobile device continued until a bystander picked the phone up with a cloth and dunked it into a bucket of water. "Users do not have to worry about the batteries anymore".
In a statement, Samsung claimed that no other incidents related to the Galaxy Note 9 have been reported so far and the company is already investigating the matter. The latter recall was required after it was found that there were close to 100 cases of Note 7 units catching fire in the USA alone, as noted by Wired.
In an email to PCMag, Samsung said it's looking into the incident.