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Samsung has completed surveys on the Galaxy Note 7 explosives: in a few days we'll discover the truth

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Published on Jan 16, 2017

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As anticipated in the past few days, Samsung has completed the investigations relating to the Galaxy Note 7, withdrawn from the market a few weeks after the launch for several reports of the devices “exploded”. In short, the giant south Korean will release an official press release, but the doubts about “the problem” seem to be very few: the batteries!

Samsung needs to stand behind the Galaxy Note 7 and everything that has happened since its launch on the market. Will try to do it with the much-anticipated Galaxy S8, which will be presented, possibly during the MWC in February. Users and all those interested in the world of smartphones do not have, however, forgotten what happened, and then the rival of Apple will be totally sincere on the issue, providing detailed explanations and the measures it will adopt to ensure that the problem does not occur with other devices, to try to win back the trust of many customers.

More details Samsung is expected to reveal them on the 23rd of January, the day before the conference on the results of fiscal fourth fiscal quarter.

The assumptions made to explain the incredible mess created by the Galaxy Note 7, there have been many, some credible, others less so. For example, according to some rumors, Samsung would have wanted to anticipate Apple and launch the Galaxy Note 7 iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, but this would not have allowed him to perform the necessary tests on the batteries of the devices.

We just have to wait then the official announcement of Samsung to find out what really happened. Will according to you the giant tech companies to regain the trust of the users? Have your say in the comments.

Via | Reuters

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