Following the official announcement of the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus device in April, South Korean tech company, Samsung has been reported be have been hard at work at releasing the successor to the largely faulty Galaxy Note 7 device, the Galaxy Note 8.
Coming after Samsung was reported to have refurbished the Galaxy Note 7 device which caused widespread panic after it began going up in flames, the tech company which revealed the cause of the fire incident to be the irregularly sized batteries was reported to have fitted a 3,200 mAh battery on the device as against the earlier 3,500 mAh battery which was reported to have caused the fire hazard.
Latest reports regarding the successor to the failed Galaxy Note 7 device revealed that the South Korean tech company is taking many precautions and has thus contracted LG through its subsidiary, LG Chem, in handling the battery for the Galaxy Note 8 production.
Recall that following the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus launch, reports had emerged that the tech company has gone straight to the workshop with the production of basic parts for the Galaxy S9 including the screen of the device which isn’t expected to hit the market until the first quarter of 2018.
The Samsung Note 8 device according to latest information is said to be coming into the market with a 6.32-inch screen along with other improvements over the exploding Galaxy Note 7 device.
Rumors surrounding the device further hold that Samsung might be planning on bringing an added security layer on the device which might involve integrating the fingerprint sensor into the display of the device, a feature which was most rumored to be coming on the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus device.
The tech company has however failed to issue an official word on the Galaxy Note 8, its pricing, release date and other important details.Google+