Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 faces one low, but unconditional expectation
Wednesday, 23 August 2017 It has been nearly a year since Samsung, the world’s most prolific smartphone maker, gave us an exhibition of how not to recover from a mistake. After launching the flagship Galaxy Note 7 device in August 2016 without putting it through sufficiently rigorous quality assurance checks, Samsung found itself inundated with reports of self-combusting Note 7 batteries. It was an unfortunate lapse at that stage, but Samsung made things much worse by equivocating about the causes of the fires, trying to do only partial recalls, and eventually even re-releasing the Note 7 with supposedly fixed batteries that still caught fire. It was the very definition of a corporate fiasco.
Now Samsung stares down the demons of its past with the Note 7’s...
After the unfortunate debacle of the Galaxy Note 7 last year, there were rumors that Samsung may ditch the Note series altogether, and that the Galaxy Note 8 may... BGR India - TechnologyAlso reported by •DNA