Consumers should not panic about Samsung’s Note 8 safety. Samsung has proved that it’s taking user concerns seriously, and taking elaborate steps to encourage its audience to re-acquire the Note 7. Even better, ‘Sammy’ has instituted software enhancements that make the device much more appealing.
Samsung eventually provided a detailed explanation of what caused the Note 7 fire disaster. Critics had estimated (quite accurately) that the battery was the problem. Well, it turned out to be. But the company last month described in great details the findings of an investigation conducted to get to the bottom of this issue. Indeed, Samsung went as far as to hire industry experts to help with this probe. Publishing the findings of this investigation shows that the company really wants to re-gain the trust of its consumers who may have turned their back on Samsung Note 8.
Samsung is taking actions to guarantee the security of its devices. Among other measures, the company has said that it’ll adhere to a new 8-point battery safety check with all models under production, and those that it’ll produce in the future.
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Thanks to 8-point battery safety check
The 8-point, comprehensive battery check procedure inspires more confidence in the brand. Beside from utilizing battery safety check, Samsung is also investing a great volume of money ($128 million) to guarantee their batteries are much secured. These new steps not only apply to the Galaxy Note 8 but to the company’s entire lineup of devices.
Customers should now feel at ease about what Samsung will have this time round with the Samsung Note 8. An enhanced design, functionality, and new features are expected in this upcoming handset.
Beyond Samsung Galaxy Note 8 safety, there is a rumor that 4k panel and Bixby (Samsung’s assistant) are included with the release. There’s no doubt that the Galaxy Note 8 will be a stylish, popular and capable handset.
How do I protect my device?
This is the biggest question Note 8 fans are asking. The device is going to be quite costly, and anyone who experienced trouble with the Note 7 might be a little apprehensive. Samsung Note 8 will likely launch late summer or early fall.
Samsung has a lot of time between then and now to examine all the Note 8’s inner workings to ensure that it’s secure.
Some of the rumored pros for the note 8 include:
- Top-notch system performance
- Handwriting done right
- Tons of customs features
- S-pen works great
- Good for watching videos
- The best form factor for a note device
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