Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 investigation included 700 dedicated staffers, 200,000 phones, and help from three outside firms.
After months of investigations, Samsung today officially revealed the cause of last year’s Galaxy Note 7 fires. Samsung explains that there were two batteries used in the Galaxy Note 7, and that each one had its own defect. The first battery had a design flaw in its upper right corner that could cause electrodes to bend. This could cause the separation between the positive and negative tabs to break down, which could then ... [read full article]
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