Samsung Explains Why the Galaxy Note 7 Kept Exploding

Samsung Explains Why the Galaxy Note 7 Kept Exploding

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JB - January 24, 2017 at 9:44pm
Suppressed they did not offer one final fire sale price
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angexpress - January 23, 2017 at 6:49pm
I knew Samsung wouldn't own up to the real issue with their phone and instead would blame the battery manufacturer. If it was really a battery issue, it wouldn't have happened with 2 separate suppliers and they wouldn't have recalled all the phones, they would have just fixed the battery and continued selling the devices. Samsung is making phones explode, Washing machines explode, hopefully people don't have their Samsung fridges explode. It's funny how you call Apple fans sheep, when it's obvious who the real sheep are... why would anyone buy a product off a company that copies others, put other good businesses out of business by stealing their copyrights and keeping them tied up in courts until the company can't afford it any longer and end up going out of business. You think people would educate themselves before supporting such an evil company. I don't have anything against their products but I would never buy from a company that is run like this.
Additional - January 25, 2017 at 4:19pm
Don't forget the political scandal that Samsung is in with the impeached Korean President.
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Ultraman33 - January 23, 2017 at 1:22pm
Surely this is not the first battery they've got from these two manufacturers. How's that it's only happening to the note 7. The common denominator here is the note 7. They just can't admit a design flaw in the Note 7!
The Truth - January 23, 2017 at 6:07am
If this could happen to Samsung, then it could happen Apple, HTC, LG. Who is the battery supplier?
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SayingWhatEveryonesThinking - January 23, 2017 at 6:03am
The fact it took them THIS LONG to find out what went wrong proves they don't know what they're doing when they make their products. Rush the next one out to make a quick buck again and this will keep happening. I will NEVER trust Samsung ever again. Maybe they should start selling phones exclusively to ISIS.
Well... - January 23, 2017 at 6:05am
Only the note 7's of course. And just because they had a small issue, doesn't mean you shouldn't trust them anymore, I think Apple has had more phones explode than the note 7's. But Apple is a lot better at hiding it and paying people off so they won't go to the press
SayingWhatEveryonesThinking - January 23, 2017 at 6:26am
That is total bullshit. Besides, you can't stop anyone from posting pics on twitter these days. Word gets out. But no way in the world has Apple had more exploding devices than Samsung.
SayingWhatEveryonesThinking - January 23, 2017 at 6:26am
...and don't forget the exploding Samsung washing machines.
Kenny - January 23, 2017 at 5:07am
I don't know that I buy it. The odds that 2 different manufacturers had 2 fatal flaws regularly being built into the build process are astronomical and highly unlikely. The cheapest replacement batteries wouldn't have design flaws this large being built in. Sure the occasional one has a flaw but they are claiming both manufacturers had flaws that were actually built in on a repeatable basis for a major flagship manufacturer and device.
Bretterson - January 23, 2017 at 6:02am
Agreed. Though, if you click the "Read More" link you'll see a PDF showing all the info. Seems the investigation was actually handled by Underwriters Laboratories, which is quite reputable.
Well... - January 23, 2017 at 6:03am
Just like the astronomical ods that life would develop on any planet. And yet here we are
Everybody wonders - January 23, 2017 at 6:30am
Aliens man :) Or this is not real...
SayingWhatEveryonesThinking - January 23, 2017 at 6:31am
Another crazy post from Well... These "astronomical odds" are nothing like the odds of life forming on the planet by chance. Samsung can be incompetent and lack quality control, and they can do this a billion times in a row and it's still more probable than life forming by chance.
Marc - January 23, 2017 at 5:03am
Pretty extensive explanation, but who are the battery manufacturers?
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