Samsung, who does not want to live in the battery nightmare on Galaxy Note 7, will pass the test through the Samsung 8 -point Battery Safety Control and pass the test. We have all the details of the process …
Samsung recently held a news conference at the press conference to clarify the reason for the explosion of Note 7, informing the public about the issue. The company has also shared some of the measures it has taken to ensure that this situation does not happen again. 96% of the 3 million Galaxy Note 7 phones sold so far have returned to Samsung, but some fans from the US and Korea are still keeping their smartphones in their hands.
Samsung has assembled over 700,000 engineers to test more than 200,000 devices and 30,000 psi for battery exploration. In addition, three separate independent laboratories were investigated, and after the smartphone was tested in every direction, the result was the result of the device being ignited by faulty batteries.
Samsung has provided a number of explanations for why such incidents will never happen again. First, the company announced that it has developed Samsung 8-point Battery Safety Control, which consists of a series of tests to deal with security issues throughout the manufacturing process and as much as shipment. The phone manufacturer will carry out durability tests, visual inspection, x-ray tests, disassembly tests, OCT tests, charge and discharge tests, TVOC tests and accelerated use tests.
Durability tests will be applied to all Samsung smartphones. These tests will include battery overcharging scenarios, nail drill tests and stress tests such as extreme temperatures. TVOC (Total Volatile Organic Compound) test will be applied to determine the possibility of leakage of volatile lithium-ion organic compound. OCV (Delta Open Circuit Voltage) tests will check for any changes in voltage during the manufacturing process.
What’s more, Samsung has developed a multi-layered security measures protocol to apply tighter security standards across all parts of the product, including hardware and software features of the device, hardware strength and features of the device, and more sophisticated software algorithms for safer battery charge temperature, current and duration. The company has also added new angles around the paddles for increased protection.
The South Korean smartphone manufacturer seems determined to focus more on the battery. The company has been working with contracted external consultants, including academic and research specialists, to make sure that battery safety precautions are met.