Samsung Galaxy S III Hit by Sudden Death
Not yet finished with the controversy on the issue of “Exynos exploit” on Samsung smartphones that uses Exynos processor chip, Samsung was hit again with no less serious issues. Galaxy S3 which is a high-end Android smartphone from Samsung is rumored to have problems Sudden Death on the motherboard.
The problem of sudden death in the Galaxy S3 resulted many complaints from users Galaxy S3. The Galaxy S3 users complained they suddenly hangs, auto restart, unresponsive, and even had to remove the battery a few times.
I do not know what happened exactly on the Galaxy S3 users complained. But for the record, there are 62 pages to a discussion of the problem treads on the XDA Developers forum.
In average, of 62 pages there are about 620 posts, and if taken half of it, then it is more than 300 Galaxy S3 users experiencing this problem of Sudden Death.
There is a feedback given one of the users in India mentioned that he had to replace about 140 U.S. Dollars at the time he brings his Samsung Galaxy S3 to a Samsung Service Center. Costs charged by the Samsung Service Center for reasons an unreasonable that it’s his motherboards Galaxy S3 must be replaced due to water exposure.
A similar problem was experienced by one of the users from the UK, he also had to pay 100 Poundstreling for service costs. And it could be the same problem occurs in other countries if we look at the case.
Samsung was reluctant to comment on the issue, even though this issue has been going on for 5 months. It seems like you should be more careful to use your Galaxy S III.