I was half expecting this to happen. Somehow, most of the popular phones are involved in similar incidents shortly after launch:
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i hope that doesnt happen to my phone.. looks terrible
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This turned out to be a hoax:
These things (when not hoaxes) usually involve either drop damage rupturing the lithium cell, or knockoff chargers or batteries. Of course, the press are less keen to print a retraction...
Paul's system thread
(where the photos live) Paul's Flickr page
Well, what a surprise... not! Probably instigated by Apple...
Yes, ninjas in mock turtle necks and new balance trainers did it
I knew it those ninjas.
Well...thats a bad news for the mobile Tv manufacturers....
Let the technology speak itself!!!
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