There have been recent rantings about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and battery issues, which as reported, tends to Blow up, just the way a bomb does really. SO Literally, having a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is somewhat similar to having a bomb, just literally. But what is really happening? I would be taking you through that in this article.
A Report as gotten from the Smartphone company, Samsung quotes, “Based on our investigation, we learned that there was an issue with the battery cell. An overheating of the battery cell occurred when the anode-to-cathode came into contact which is a very rare manufacturing process error. We are working with multiple suppliers to ensure that a rigorous inspection process is conducted to ensure the quality of our replacement units and we do not anticipate any further battery issues.”
Now these are some cases of “Technical Depths” where the are left with no choice than lose customers because one thing is certain, there is no way they would be able to remunerate all those who happen to have experienced the bombing incident on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
From What they (Samsung) Quoted above, it can be seen that the material used in making Samsung phones are highly reactive, Lithium per se, is. Most times this can occur when there is an overflow of thermal heat transfer. This can occur when you keep charging a device even when the battery says, 100%. We just hope Samsung gets this faster.
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