Fire Puts in Trouble The Availability of The Galaxy Launches S5

In the absence of a month of the launch of the S5 Galaxy by Samsung, the South Korean company has today received one of the worst setbacks that could: problems in the manufacturing chain. Nothing less than a fire It has whipped today one of its factories, which can affect the availability of the phone upon arrival at stores.
The fire has operating at ease for about six hours, even if the response from the team of firefighters (with some 300 troops and 80 vehicles of extinction) says have been immediate. It speaks of a damage near the 1,000 million dollars in early estimates, so it would be in the order of the fine imposed for the infringement of patents from Apple.
Of course, all this type of damage is insured. Samsung divides its components in different factories. Not so much the availability of PCBs (printed circuit boards) that are manufactured in the affected plant, and which have been riding the million Galaxy S5 will be distributed during the weeks leading up to its release.
It is undoubtedly a heavy blow to the launch of this terminal, which could reach the market day more sparsely April 11. Playing wait and see how good is the answer of Samsung.
Source Anewsa via SamMobile