Complaints about might wind up being the tip of the iceberg for Samsung’s flagship , as the company is now combating a South Korean customer’s claim that his six-day-old phone caught on fire “without reasons.” According to the AFP (via ), the manufacturer is blaming an “external impact” for the damage, which appears to have burned the device from the inside out, leaving it inoperable.

The Galaxy S10 5G is the world’s first fully integrated 5G smartphone, officially hitting . It’s currently  on May 16 via Verizon before becoming available from other carriers.

Photos of the device from the user, identified only by the surname Lee, show comprehensive damage to the front, rear, and sides of the new phone ranging from cracked glass to melted plastic

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