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Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8 + Users Not Even Aware Of Issue

10 Octubre 2017

Samsung seems to have recovered from the PR nightmare caused by batteries in the Galaxy Note 7 overheating and catching fire. He said that Samsung is working on the feature and is soliciting requests from three companies, including Samsung's own Samsung LSI, to supply the component. These users are taking to online platforms in hope that Samsung will resolve the issue. The smartphone is one of Samsung's older Galaxy Duos, which was launched way back in 2013. The manufacturer tried to have the biometric reader embedded under the display, but the technology was too complex to get this done.

As for the iPhone 8 Plus, it has trouble with autofocusing at times, color cast in low-light and indoor environments, and noticeable noise when recording videos in low-light settings. Also the electronics manufacturers that are Seoul-based have been trying to make commercial the optical fingerprint sensors since a long period of time and now planned to implement them the Galaxy S8 lineup. The video score is a slightly low but given that the overall rating is the best one at the moment, there wouldn't be any other choice better than Galaxy Note 8 in the market for good camera and video.

The CCTV footage shared by Channel News Asia recorded the entire incident on tape.

A video is circulating on the internet in which a man is seen falling on the ground as a result of combustion as soon as he reaches out to his phone.

A bystander rushes to help before Yulianto manages to remove his shirt.

Samsung had released an official statement in the country, wishing the man a quick recovery as well as to warn owners of using imitation batteries as replacements: "We sincerely wish for our customer's swift recovery, and strongly recommend all our consumers to use Samsung's genuine or approved batteries that have been specifically designed for use in Samsung products".

Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8 + Users Not Even Aware Of Issue