Samsung bosses have opened up about exactly what went wrong with the exploding Galaxy Note 7s..
During a press conference from the company's South Korean headquarters, executives have detailed some problems with the phone batteries.
The company says there's no fault with the phone itself, but rather the manufacture and design of the batteries used in them... hense why fires started in both the original phones AND replacement models.
The company has spent the past few weeks investigating what is one of its worst product fiascos.
2.5 million Note 7 phones were recalled in September after reports they were overheating and catching fire.. worryingly, 120,000 of the devices have still not been returned.