Samsung made the correct strides in finding out of what was the reason that made a Galaxy Note 7 a fiasco, the US consumer safety commission said on this Tuesday that whoever is in the mobile phone businesses, they should set their batteries standards according to the demand.

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The chairperson Elliot Kaye, of CPSC, said in an announcement that “The Tech businesses needs to update and enhance their safety guidelines for lithium batteries in electronic devices and furthermore remain in front of new power sources that will definitely go along and displace these.”

That incorporates setting up more safety in the planning and assembling stages to ensure batteries are not insecure.

The CPSC is operating with Samsung to encourage the business to reevaluate the level of quality for batteries in cell phones, and the commission’s specialized staff will “survey the condition of batteries, differences in safety levels.

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Samsung Note 7, one of Samsung’s most prominent cellphones, exploded in the organization’s face the previous fall, bans from aircraft companies and named as a “New leader of ISIS“. A large number of diehard Note 7 fans keep on holding onto their gadgets, yet by far most of the cellphones have been changed.

Though Samsung have uncovered on Sunday what made the Note 7 overheat. It was because of two reasons; first was because of the design of the battery and second was because of Samsung’s battery supplier which happened to be a manufacturing error because of the sudden increase in demand by Samsung.

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