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Old 7th November 2016, 10:19   #76
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Either in the race of producing cheaper devices or maximum number of devices in the shortest possible time, quality has taken a serious hit across the segment. Or it is expected for one or the other battery to give up and turn out to be faulty possibly since there are such a large number of these devices in our market and coupled with the fact that they go a rigorous charge and discharge cycle almost everyday. So these one off incidents should be viewed with a lot of suspicion. The note 7 in particular definitely had a problem since the number of units showing the problem was far more than expected.
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