It’s been a few months already since Samsung was forced to announce the first Galaxy Note 7 recall, an unprecedented move from the company. But Samsung has not shared any details as to why the phone exploded even after “safe” replacement units were given to buyers in exchange for faulty fire-prone models. Samsung said a few months ago that a report on the matter will be available by the end of 2016. That deadline moved to the end of January recently. But, at CES 2017, Samsung said it’ll finally explain what happened “very soon.”
Samsung to share Galaxy Note 7 investigation report ‘very soon’
That's just terrific. The best phone I ever had could have exploded on me. I would like to know what they found.
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