Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 is expected to launch in the coming months and while some had expected the phone to launch with a imprint problem sensor under the screen, we now know that won’t be happening.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 phone might have resolve the Galaxy S8’s phone imprint problem
The new render suggests it has moved further from the camera on the rear of the Note 8 to try and stop that issue.
Working hard on the Note 8. pic.twitter.com/L74LqCWkezJuly 3, 2017Some Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus owners had a problem with the placement of the sensor on the last flagship phone as you sometimes smudged the camera instead.
A Samsung executive has already confirmed the tech won’t debut on the Note 8, but a new CAD render from CEO of case manufacturer Slickwraps suggests the sensor may still sit on the back of the phone.
Via Phone Arena
the tech giant was forced to carry out a recall
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A number of leaks and reports have suggested that Samsung is gearing up to release a Note 8 device, which would be the successor of the discontinued Note 7.
Samsung launched the original Note 7 last year, but after a number of reports that the device was overheating and catching fire, the tech giant was forced to carry out a recall.
The battery, which was the main reasons the original Note 7 exploded, has been “further enhanced with multiple safety designs”, Samsung said in a press release in Korean, translated via Google Translate.
After the recall was announced, many consumers resisted giving their phone back, even as Samsung issued a number of warnings about the dangers of keeping the device.
Before the issues with the Note 7 came to light, however, it had received positive reviews.
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