Samsung finally explained why Galaxy Note 7 batteries are exploding!

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    Condensed version
    Battery shorted

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    Right, and the only way that can happen is if the electrolyte layer was improperly injected or laminated. Since the battery is folded and sealed on three sides before electrolyte is injected through the open end, it's easy to believe that there could be small areas that don't get fully coated.

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