Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Nokia's Battery Problem

Nokia recently recalled millions of cellphone batteries due to overheating problems. The batteries - 46 million in all - were made by Matsushita in China.

The lithium ion batteries were made in a Matsushita facility in Zhuhai, China, and are used for more than 50 models of Nokia mobile phone mobiles, from the most basic 1100 model to the most advanced N91 model, between December 2005 and November 2006.

The Finnish phone manufacturer will replace the batteries at no cost.

Nokia's product advisory

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