The concluding paragraphs of Brian X. Chen and Choe Sang-Hun’s report for The New York Times on how Samsung came to the decision to completely abort the Galaxy Note 7:
“It was too quick to blame the batteries; I think there was
nothing wrong with them or that they were not the main problem,”
said Park Chul-wan, former director of the Center for Advanced
Batteries at the Korea Electronics Technology Institute, who said
he reviewed the regulatory agency’s documents.
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