I am sure that this catastrophe is not unknown to people that one of the world’s largest tech company like Samsung had to stop its Note series smartphones’ production regarding the “battery burning” issue. Yes, this issue cost the company more than a billion dollars, however, according to the recent report, it seems that very soon we will get to know why the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery went in flames, though just a month ago this was a mystery to the company.
Recently, Samsung’s homeland online news portal “The Korea Herald” has reported that earlier this month on November 11 Samsung relaunched the investigation team in both countries in the US and South Korea to find out the exact reason why Galaxy Note 7 batteries exploded.
Long story short, an official from Samsung said this to the news agent that “We are considering all possibilities to find out the exact cause of the accidents.” However, this Korean News agent finally has got to know from the industry sources that “Samsung Electronics is expected to announce the final results of its probe into the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 within the year on Nov. 29.”
After launching the Galaxy Note 7 in August in this year the company approximately produced 4.3 million Note phones and managed to sell out more than 2 million handsets worldwide. No sooner had passed a month that one after another the battery burning complaints started to emerge to the company from numerous countries and when this issue went to an extreme, the company recalled its flagship Galaxy Note 7 to amend and return to the consumers but unfortunately the same complaint reached the company again, therefore, finally Samsung came to the decision to stop its Note series smartphones production.
As Samsung’s upcoming new flagship Galaxy S8 is to unveil next year, therefore, the true reason behind the Galaxy Note 7 battery issue may help consumers to take the right decision to continue with this South Korean company or switch to others.