Samsung will release the findings of their internal investigation by the end of the year according to the Investor.
The company has been in significant disarray after posting a 96% drop in 3rd quarter earnings last month.
Of course the main concern of the investigation will be to find out what was causing all of the spontaneous exploding phones, and while it is widely agreed that faulty batteries were to blame Samsung insist they are not going to rule out anything that may have contributed.
“We are considering all possibilities to find out the exact cause of the accidents,” a Samsung official told the Investor.
Since launch Samsung sold over 4.2 million Galaxy Note 7s globally but reports of fires and exploding devices lead to a recall of all products and a discontinuation of the phone.
Samsung are looking to recoup their losses early next year with the launch of the Galaxy S8 with monster specs expected early in 2017.