Samsung Reveals Galaxy Note7 Explosions officially

Samsung Reveals Galaxy Note7 Explosions officially

Samsung Reveals Galaxy Note7 Explosions officially because of its battery related issue as said by the officials of the samsung  in press conference Seoul – January, 23, 2017 .

Seoul, Korea. DJ Koh, President of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics, shared detailed results of the investigation and expressed his sincere apology and gratitude to Galaxy Note 7 customers. Mobile operators, retail and distribution partners and business partners for their patience and continued support.

When Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was first launched, it was advertised as the best smartphone ever made.  Within a month, reports of exploding handsets arises .

Samsung officially called in for a recall of Note 7 after some of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from both the initial run and second run of replacement caught fire, Samsung has announced an Expands Recall to All Galaxy Note7 Devices .

The company designed an infographic, which explains the problem in detail as shown below –

 

Samsung Reveals Galaxy Note7 Explosions

[Image Source: Samsung]

In addition, for better safety measures, Samsung also released an infographic on the multi-layer safety measures at the product planning stage

Based on what the company learned from the investigation, Samsung implemented a broad range of internal quality and safety processes to further enhance product safety including additional protocols such as the multi-layer safety measures and 8-Point Battery Safety Check .

Since the Note7 recall, company  re-assessed every step of the smartphone manufacturing process and developed this 8-Point Battery Safety Check.

It involves putting our batteries through extreme testing, inside and out, followed by careful inspection by X-ray and the human eye to ensure highest quality. As company said this  program is our commitment to safer devices now and in the future.

we hope for the best in future from Samsung as they made good ,reliable and safer devices in the future as well .

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