The many episodes in two rounds with Note 7 phones that suddenly even ignites and several times has inflicted serious damage, is a riddle for Samsung.
After barely two months of huge problems with Samsung’s latest top model, the Galaxy Note 7, so the South Korean manufacturer on Tuesday no other way than to loop the new smartphone completely on top of a recall and two whole sales and production stoppages.
Originally sounded the announcement from Samsung, that the first several explosive phones was caused by a short circuit, because the cells of the batteries came into contact with each other as they turned out to be a tad too big for the phones. According to the newspaper the New York Times , it appears to be a hasty conclusion, as Samsung’s engineers had to take under an extremely tight schedule.
An anonymous source, who has knowledge of Samsung’s modes of Note 7-phone, can reveal that Samsung’s engineers basically have no clue about what lies at the root of the many problems that have plagued Samsung and in particularly consumers since the launch of the phone.
Hundreds of engineers have reportedly been working flat out to find the cause, but just slightly, it has helped. Samsung has, in fact, not be able to reproduce one single time, and before the engineers got enough time to investigate the problem with the 2.5 million. error hit the phones to the bottom, the management threw in the towel.
Of course, this leaves a lot of questions about what the cause then. Around on the Internet is flourishing there already several theories. One of the theories is in extension of Samsung’s own – namely that the batteries short-circuit, but exactly what in the phones that provoke this error is Samsung does not come into.
The theory is that the battery in Note 7 will be pressed hard up against the page as a result of that Samsung changed the design a bit compared to the Galaxy S7.
In Galaxy Note 7 is the curved sides significantly more indsnævrere compared to the previous curvy Samsung phones-the curves are now symmetrical when viewed from the side. Due to the built-in S-Pen is battery pushed completely up along one side of the phone, and combined with the 7000-series aluminium 1.3 times stronger in relation to it in Galaxy S7 forms it may be the basis for a battery that just waiting to short-circuit due to the needed space, sounds theory.
Above is a series of x-rays of the Galaxy Note 7. The top picture on the left is by the phone set up-or from below with a battery from the first battery manufacturer, Samsung SDI, which was clearly the most episodes. Here we see clearly that the individual insulating plates in the battery is damaged, which can cause contact between these and thus a short-circuit and a fire.
The image to the right is from the same angle, but from the second battery producer, Amperex Technology Limited, which, however, does not appear to be damaged in quite the same way. In particular the third and the last x-ray view shows how much damage the various layers of the battery have taken of the pressure that is applied to them.
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