Exploding Samsung Phones Show Perils of Building Better BatteryBy and
Smartphone makers advance battery technology to win customers
Bigger battery and faster charging may have led to issues
Samsung Electronics Co., under pressure from consumers for longer-lasting batteries that charge faster, pushed the limits of lithium-ion technology. The effort backfired when some of its new Note 7 handsets caught fire and exploded.
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