Samsung: Batteries only problem with fire-prone Note 7s
SEOUL, South Korea - Samsung Electronics says that tests of more than 200,000 Galaxy Note 7 smartphones found defects in two sets of batteries from two different manufacturers that made the phones prone to catch fire.
Samsung's mobile division president, Koh Dong-jin says the company would use what it learned from its investigations to improve lithium ion battery safety for the industry.
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