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As reported by The Seattle Times, Port of Seattle spokesman Perry Cooper confirmed the name of the phone. It has also been told that after doing a lot of investigation, we can tell you that the phone has been burnt so much that it is difficult to identify it.
However, a passenger volunteered in front of our Port of Seattle police officers and told that this phone is Samsung Galaxy A21. It also said that looking at the remains of the device, the name of the phone could not be confirmed.
About 129 passengers and 6 crew members were on board the flight. Seattle Tacoma Airport posted about the incident on Twitter, saying that passengers were taken to the terminal by bus. There was no major injury to any of the passengers.
Some of them have suffered minor injuries and scratches. This is because the incident happened inside the flight cabin. The flight was diverted to a gate and there was no impact on airport operations. The cause of the fire in the Samsung Galaxy A21 is not yet known.
Samsung has not given any statement:
However, this is not the first time that a Samsung phone has exploded after a fire. Many examples of Samsung phones malfunctioning have come to the fore before. This year, a Samsung phone caught fire inside the bag of a man from China.
As far as Samsung Galaxy A21 is concerned, this phone was launched in the year 2020. This is a budget smartphone. It works on MediaTek MT6765 Helio P35 processor. It has a 4000 mAh battery with fast charging support.
OnePlus Nord 2 I had also caught fire:
Earlier, such a case had also come to the fore regarding OnePlus Nord 2. This is the case when the OnePlus Nord 2 5G was just launched. According to reports, the phone allegedly exploded in a woman’s sling bag in Bengaluru.
The incident was immediately reported by the woman’s husband via Twitter. Also posted three photos in which the phone was in a very bad and burnt condition. The man’s tweet was replied to by the official OnePlus support account on Twitter and asked to chat in direct message. It is not known whether that user got its compensation or not. The case of fire in OnePlus Nord 2 came to the fore twice.