Samsung will explain Note 7 debacle before year end

A Galaxy Note 7 caught fire on a Southwest Airlines flight. Pic: Brian Green/ The Verge

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was brought to us a few months ago, gaining tremendous positive traction the device sold over 4.3 million units in no time and then it blew up… literally. 

When the whole story of Galaxy Note 7’s blowing up in the hands of customers, Samsung initially blamed it on its own battery making subsidiary. Then say recalled some units and replaced it with Note 7s’. As luck would have it, these started blowing up too, leading to the end of the Note 7 all together.

But noone, including Samsung, has had closure yet. They don’t seem to know what exactly happened. Well now news comes from South Korea stating that Samsung’s internal investigation into the whole incident will be made public before the end of the year. 

Considering the Samsung Galaxy S8 is around the corner, some closure for loyal Note fans would be good news.