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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 recall is set to cost the company over $1 billion dollars, not to mention untold amounts in lost future sales and damage to its reputation. Surely, the firm will be on a warpath for the supplier who makes those faulty, prone to explosion battery units? Well perhaps it would if the batteries weren’t made by a Samsung subsidiary called Samsung SDI.
Reports on Friday reveal Samsung has been forced to turn to a third-party in order to make up for the shortcoming of non-exploding batteries. According to a report from IBTimes, Samsung has dramatically upped its orders from China’s ATL to provide batteries for the Note 7. "A high-ranking Samsung official last week asked ATL to increase the monthly supply to 4 million battery cells and we have decided to do so," said an ATL executive.