A smoking Galaxy Note 7 is a very frightening thing to experience, apparently.
Samsung has ended production of the Galaxy Note 7 due to reports that both original and replacement units of the phone were catching on fire, and now a video shows how at least one of the incidents occurred. The Associated Press published the video, which you can see below.
In the minute-long surveillance clip, you can see Dee Decasa of Honolulu holding her Galaxy Note 7 as it began to smoke Sunday morning. This is the sixth reported replacement device to catch on fire in the US. Decasa looks so alarmed that after bringing the device into the kitchen, she appears to faint onto a couch. At that point, another person in the video is seen trying to make her comfortable on the floor with pillows.
The media has published several photos of Galaxy Note 7 units after they've exploded, including one that happened on a Southwest Airlines flight during boarding, but this is the first video to show one actually smoking.