Samsung has been punishing their Galaxy Note 7 for all the drama and havoc created by the phone. This situation is quite evident from the video of their testing lab where they are seen going full-blown Hannibal on the infamous phone sets.
Yesterday, the company officially wrapped up the investigations after it released the reasons behind the Note 7 flaws. They blamed the placement of batteries of two different suppliers for the device’s explosions and claimed that the conclusions are being made after rigorous testing.
Soon after, photos of this “rigorous testing lab” started to leak, showing an elaborate and complex testing system installed by the company for pushing the phones to their last limits. While the photos are not high-resolution ones, the scene of hundreds of phones being charged, discharged, put under water, drilled with holes and undergoing all sort of other vile testing procedures makes you feel sorry for the poor sets.
Comically enough, you can see a small fire extinguisher placed beside the charging phones in the photo above, waiting for one of these phones to burst. The picture, however, is to reassure the customers that Samsung meant business when it said that this kind of debacle will never happen in the future.
Samsung announced yesterday that their phones will now come with an 8-point battery safety check, along with rigorous durability and visual inspections, charge-recharge tests, a disassembling test, and even an X-ray of each and every phone before they leave the factory.
Some real hardcore stuff right there!
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