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Latest theory pins blame on fast charging for the Galaxy Note 7 debacle

Samsung confirmed the Galaxy Note 7 recall last month and later explained the reason why the flagship’s batteries were catching fire. It revealed that there was an issue with the battery cell which caused overheating when the anode-to-cathode came into contact, Samsung said that this was a very rare manufacturing process error. It promised to stop sourcing batteries from this supplier for.
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