hiddenDec 19, 2016 17:54:14 IST
A report suggested that the cause of the explosions could be the lack of space and tight internal margins. But we no longer need to speculate the cause of the explosions as the company promised the release of a detailed report to the investors and the public regarding the reasons of the explosions.
According to a report by GSMArena, the company has submitted the reports to the Korea Testing Laboratory and UL, an American safety organisation among other regulators. We can expect the release of the report to the general public in coming days. This comes right after the reports that Samsung Electronics is in talks with LG Chem to source smartphone batteries.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 scandal is one of the most significant events of 2016. It not only stunned the tech world but made sure that the impact was felt outside the tech community as well. This is not the first time that phones have exploded, but what stands apart is that this is the first time that Samsung flagship smartphones exploded.
Instead, the most significant fact was that the company could not find the core cause of the explosions. Samsung recalled the explosive Note 7 devices and sent 'safe' Note 7 smartphones, but it was in deep trouble when these 'Safe' smartphones started exploding.
The company brand name and reputation took a major hit after the fiasco as the Note 7 was banned across Airlines and public transit systems with advisories issued by companies and countries. After the debacle, the company delayed the work on Samsung S8 to investigate the problem and it seems that the investigation has been completed.
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