Samsung's engineers STILL don't know what causes the firm's Galaxy Note 7 to overheat and explode
Samsung's engineers are still unable to pinpoint exactly what causes its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to explode, it has been revealed.
Following the first case in August, hundreds of employees to were tasked with quickly finding the problem, and the firm initially blamed faulty batteries from one of its suppliers.
After announcing its first recall of the Note 7 devices in September, it decided to continue shipping new Galaxy Note 7s containing batteries from a different supplier.
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