Finally, an Explanation for Samsung’s Hazardous Phone Galaxy Note 7 Explosion, fires and accidents came out. Since its Launch everyone was amazed at features they announced in that phone it seemed really impossible to have all those features and extra stuff in with such short screen size.
Report from manufacturing company suggests that cramming became primary reason for phone to catch fire, a complete instrumental tore down for Note 7 has revealed enough reasons to explain what happened back in phone that caused all these fires and accidents.
The detailed Instrumental explanation here will explain things to you:
“The Note 7’s lithium-polymer battery is a flattened “jelly-roll” consisting of a positive layer made of lithium cobalt oxide, a negative layer made of graphite, and two electrolyte-soaked separator layers made of polymer. The separator layers allow ions (and energy) to flow between the positive and negative layers, without allowing those layers to touch. If the positive and negative layers ever do touch, the energy flowing goes directly into the electrolyte, heating it, which causes more energy to flow and more heat — it typically results in an explosion. Compressing the battery puts pressure on those critical polymer separator layers that keep the battery safe.
Samsung stated that these separator layers may have been thin to start with due to aggressive manufacturing parameters. Add some pressure due to normal mechanical swell from the battery or accumulated stress through the back cover (e.g. from being sat on in a back pocket), and that pressure could be enough to squeeze the thin polymer separator to a point where the positive and negative layers can touch, causing the battery to explode.”
They believe that this is a design flaw and there is clearly no weight in the claim that compression on battery had caused all those fires. Even if there is no much pressure exerted on phone it would still had exploded due to natural reason that design of phone had flaw that actually was cause behind it, most of phones leave a 10% percent gap above battery and in case of Note 7 it did not even had any gap above it, that is enough o explain all those explosions and fires on phone.