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Samsung's rush to find replacement batteries may be to blame for the Galaxy Note 7 disaster

Samsung still hasn't said what caused its Galaxy Note 7 phone to explode, leading to an unprecedented cancellation of the entire product line this week. But there are some indications that the company may have rushed replacement Note 7s to market following the first recall of the defective devices on September 15. According to reports by Bloomberg and The New York Times, the original line of Note 7s had a battery manufactured by SDI, a Samsung subsidiary.
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