Samsung has decided to walk through the fire and continue it Note series. Despite the damages caused by the discontinued Galaxy Note 7. Samsung is already moving following the the introduction of Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung Confirms Galaxy Note 8 Is Coming This Year
Speaking with CNET the company’s mobile chief DJ Koh confirmed the South Korean manufacturer has plans to unveil Galaxy Note 8. Later this year, “promising to bring a better, safer and innovative” successor to the fire-catching Note 7.
Last year many people stick towards Galaxy Note 7. They went so crazy that they offer $100 to return the exploding smartphone.
“We found through the investigative process, we knew there are lots and lots of loyal Note customers,” Koh further added.
Given the explosive handset was so ruthlessly mocked that eventually the South Korean phone-maker felt compelled to run full-page apology ads in major newspapers. The decision to move forward with the series is certainly a bold step on Samsung’s part.
Following months of investigating, the Big S finally revealed what purportedly caused its flagship device to burst on into flames. The manufacturer blamed the malfunction on two separate battery-related issues. A design flaw in the upper right corner of the units as well as a welding defect from a supplier. Both of which caused the batteries to short circuit and blow up.
While the iconic phone-maker hasn’t set a release date for its upcoming Galaxy Note 8 flagship, chances are the device will follow the Note tradition and make its debut around fall. Let’s just hope Samsung learned its lesson this time around.