Samsung Made Sure that Galaxy S8’s Battery will not Catch Fire

We think it’s safe to say that everyone remembers last year’s Galaxy Note 7 fiasco. Samsung somehow didn’t notice a major flaw in the device’s design which caused it to literally explode. The South Korean tech giant was then forced to recall all sold units and repay their customer’s money back. The worst thing though, Samsung’s brand name was tainted. Therefore, Samsung has taken extra precautions in order to ensure that Galaxy S8’s battery will not catch on fire.

The South Korean tech giant started testing out different batteries until it managed to find a right fit for Galaxy S8. In fact, Samsung has officially announced that its 5.8 inch smartphone flagship is going to be its safest product ever made. This shouldn’t come as a surprise though. Samsung was actually forced to pay a higher level of attention to Galaxy S8 since it’s the company’s flagship and it represents the best it has to offer.

Large Battery

If Galaxy S8’s battery were to catch on fire, we can be sure that Samsung would have not recuperated from this because customers would have started losing trust in the company’s product quality. Fortunately, Samsung decided to carefully optimize Galaxy S8’s battery so that it’s flawless. The standard model has been equipped with a rather large 3,000 mAh batter while the bigger 6.2 inch model sports an even larger 3,500 mAh battery.

Samsung has made it clear that these batteries are able to last for hours on end and their power will not fade away in time. In fact, Samsung has stated that Galaxy S8’s battery is actually going to get better in due time. This is the result behind Samsung’s decision to opt for durable batteries which can withstand endless amounts of recharges.

Extra Precautions

We should also mention that Samsung has implemented a bunch of new batteries tests in their manufacturing process. Even better, these tests are performed directly by Samsung so that everything goes according to the plan. Samsung has eight tests that put the batteries through large temperatures such as 130 degrees Celsius or 266 degrees Fahrenheit. Nonetheless, it’s great seeing that Samsung has managed to get over its infamous battery problem.

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