Samsung To Collaborate With LG For The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Battery; Release Expected By April 2017
With the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco in early 2016, the Korean company is working harder to prevent the incident from happening again. This is probably why Samsung is teaming up with another gadget maker LG to make a new battery that will soon be seen in its upcoming phablet.
According to BGR, Samsung is teaming up with LG Chem, the company that creates batteries for LG phablets. Ever since the Note 7 incident, a good switch of batteries is a good -- and safe -- deal for Samsung.
It goes without saying that consumers have been afraid by how the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 turned out and by how many consumers have fallen a victim to the exploding flagship. However, Samsung is already taking the necessary steps to develop a better model and make sure the Note 7 incident would never happen again.
Samsung's upcoming flagship, the Galaxy Note 8, has made headlines with its advanced features and specifications. In a previous article by Mobile & Apps, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 might likely feature Qualcommm's Snapdragon 835 processing chip. It would also reportedly feature 6GB of RAM and a total of 64GB in internal storage. The handheld may also sport Google's Android 7.0 Nougat software, USB-C connectivity, wireless charging and IP68 waterproof certification.
Samsung fans can only hope that the handheld device will not be an "exploding device" like its former flagship. The Galaxy Note 8 will likely miss the Mobile World Congress happening in February 2017 and move to a further release date of April 2017. Keep posted for updates.