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Samsung went against industry practice to self-test Galaxy Note 7 batteries

People are going to talk about the Galaxy Note 7?s battery crisis for years to come. This component forced Samsung to ditch what might have been one of its most popular flagship smartphones. The company is still trying to find out the cause of its $5.3 billion misery. According to a new report, Samsung went against the industry practice of having smartphone batteries tested at one of the 28 labs.
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