Battery Safety Information for Samsung Mobile Device

Last Update Date : Jul 02. 2018

Attachment : Safety_information.pdf

Battery Safety Information

Samsung cannot be responsible for the users’ safety when using accessories or supplies that are not approved by Samsung.


If your mobile phone battery is damaged (eg:- dented), we recommend to stop using it immediately and replace with a Samsung genuine battery. If a damaged battery is used, this may affect performance of the phone and cause damage or injury due to overheating, fire or explosion.


Examples of situations in which a battery may become damaged are:

• use in an excessively hot environment

• dropping the battery

• external pressure on the battery


Additionally, the phones must be kept dry and have adequate ventilation and airflow. Do not be covered with material such as bedding, pillows or under a pile of clothing, etc. We recommend that spare batteries be kept in a hard-shell case when not in use.


You should use only Samsung genuine or approved batteries that have been specifically designed for use in Samsung products. The use of compatible non-genuine batteries, cables and chargers may not be safe to use and could cause a fire or cause the battery to explode.


Please purchase genuine Samsung batteries from reputable and approved sellers.


Please Refer to the attachment from above to find out more information about Battery Safety.

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