Even though Samsung admitted the explosion issue of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 which has led to a massive recall, the company believed the battery provider should take the blame due to a very rare manufacturing error. However, the Hong Kong based battery company, Amperex Technology Limited, has given out a statement that the batteries they produced had no direct connection with the explosions. Samsung has also said that their test results indicated that the damage of the device results from external heat, suggesting that human error may have been to blame in the explosions.
ALT assumes that the heat source is from something outside of the battery based on the traces of burn on the samples they examined.
Is it even possible that someone has intentionally made such a big news? Of course it’s nothing but a BIG assumption, and no matter what everyone should get the Galaxy Note 7 replaced as soon as possible as a precaution to any further danger or damage.
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