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South Korean government: Galaxy Note7 hardware not to blame for fires

Theresa Hayes | 07 February, 2017, 02:03

Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy S8 later this year.

To ensure that Samsung learns from its mistakes, the South Korean government has also noted that it will keep a close watch on the company's attempts to improve battery safety. But, nothing can be confirmed about the handset as aforementioned information is part of just rumors, which are based on some recently leaked photos of an alleged case for the Galaxy S8.

Meanwhile, the Trade Ministry said 97 percent of the Galaxy Note7 phones sold in the country have been recalled but there are still about 30,000 units unreturned. Samsung is reportedly discussing a supply deal with Japan's Murata Manufacturing for its batteries, instead of the company's usual battery supplier, China's Amperex Technology.

There is no word on when Galaxy C5 Pro will break covers, but if history is taken any indication, any phone, after getting the Wi-Fi Alliance certification, is most likely to get unveiled within a month. After that, the testers set a lower display resolution, using the new feature introduced in Android 7.0 Nougat, and a 720p resolution led to better battery life. On the same topic, Samsung did reveal a number of 8 tests that will be conducted on smartphones during the whole production process, before they even ship out. While we await the official unveiling in March, reports claim Samsung could show the Galaxy S8 for a brief minute at its MWC 2017 event.

To cash this situation many online payment services and platforms are implementing new strategies.So Samsung also working to launch its Samsung pay as early as possible. But with time, other partners should be able to join the party, including VISA and MasterCard.

In addition to water-resistance, the Galaxy A7 comes with a 5.7-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) Super AMOLED display, 16-megapixel camera and Android 6.0.16 Marshmallow operating system. The markets are willing to experiment at this point, and rivals are unlikely to make an entrance in India.


Samsung can confirm the company will not unveil its flagship product at Mobile World Congress this year", has declared a company spokeswoman in a statement.