Well, 2016 was a "terrible" year for all those who work or just like the South Korean brand, Samsung. As you may already know, your flagship In summer, the Galaxy Note 7 had internal problems that sometimes turned it into a "fireball".
However, the South Korean company has already figured out what the problem was and the blame has fallen on the batteries the equipment brought with it. This has led to the brand also creating a new testing system, so that the margin of error becomes even smaller.
Who supplied the batteries for this great equipment was the company's sub-brand, Samsung SDI and China-based Amperex Technology. Obviously, the brand would not dispense with the services of its sub-brand, which led to the alleged end of its partnership with the Chinese manufacturer, Amperex.
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But not everyone has been hurt by all these problems, as a recent report says Samsung may be in talks with a Japanese battery maker called Murata Manufacturing.
If negotiations are successful, Samsung SDI and Murata Manufacturing could be the battery suppliers of the brand's next long-awaited flagship Galaxy S8.
Much to the chagrin of many fans, these problems have led the South Korean brand to postpone the launch of the next Galaxy S family member. However, the largest Android builder could give us a teaser about what the terminal will be at MWC.
However, the news will not stop here and it is expected that your new tablet, the Galaxy Tab S3 and its hybrid Galaxy TabPro S2, will be presented at this well-known technology fair!
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