The lawsuit States that the fire occurred on 22 February 2017 and has been caused by existing gadget the defect, which was the faulty battery.

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As the newspaper notes, there is a minimal risk what lithium ion batteries used in smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, can be ignited without any external influence.

The incidence of fires on devices with lithium ion batteries — one in 10 million, writes 9to5mac.

In 2016, the company Samsung has completely abandoned further production of the smartphone Galaxy Note 7 in connection with multiple reports of fires and explosions Note 7 when charging from the mains.

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