Science

Samsung Reassures Customers That The Galaxy S7 Is Safe

Samsung Reassures Customers That The Galaxy S7 Is Safe

The indicators are that Samsung is working hard to fix the damage caused to the brand by the Galaxy Note 7, so it will no doubt be investing heavily in development and marketing in the future to ensure it can regain the trust of its customers. However, the company has not obtained the phone which got damaged. To them only the upcoming Galaxy S8 is worthy of their attention, even if Samsung is now offering the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge as a replacement. And of course the all-time competitive, the iPhone 7 will also be available this holiday season. A spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Immediately following Samsung's recall of the Note 7, Samsung's third-quarter market share predictably fell from 23.6 percent to 19.2 percent, the biggest slide in the company's history. The US Department of Transportation classified Note 7s as risky goods and banned passengers from carrying them on commercial flights.

Samsung has apologized for the Galaxy Note 7 scandal in which fire-prone batteries forced a global recall of the popular smartphones. According to Gartner, Chinses brands like Huawei and Oppo gained the most from Samsung's woes.

CNET reports that "Samsung Galaxy S8" will have 90 percent screen with a Super-high-definition 4K resolution.

Samsung also acknowledged the complaints, citing "several" isolated instances of "external damage".

"Samsung Galaxy S8" will have the feature called Force Touch. However, we have not received any updates in that situation. This is a glaring issue, since the new Samsung headset is said to work well with Android Marshmallow.

In terms of design, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is not expected to undergo a radical cosmetic overhaul.

There haven't been that many reported cases of an exploding Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge - compared with the Galaxy Note 7, at least. It is good to see that the company made an official statement about the incidents but there hasn't been any relevant information given out by the company about the cause of the explosion.