South Korean behemoth Samsung Electronics has shown it has learnt precisely nothing from the fiasco of its Note7 device, by putting pressure on a website to pull a tear-down of its Galaxy Fold, after the company had to delay the launch of the foldable phone due to a number of issues.
Microsoft's Surface Laptop has been described by the tech website iFixit as a "glue-filled monstrosity" that cannot be repaired.
iFixit has completed a teardown of the Samsung Galaxy S8/+ and notes that the battery voltage, capacity, and design tolerances, and even the manufacturer, are virtually identical to the Note7 which was recalled due to battery issues.
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