Galaxy S8 said to use Sony batteries

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It is rumored that Samsung aims to introduce Sony’s batteries in its Galaxy S8 smartphone. The Amperex of the company, SDI, and ATL, will also take part in producing the batteries for the smartphone.

As the Samsung SDI and ATL had already developed the batteries for Samsung Galaxy Note 7, recalled because of the battery issue.

The main reason behind taking Sony as helper in producing the batteries, is to make sure that batterries are safe and help the company to prevent another recall. According to the rumors, Sony is there only for help and will provide small number of batteries.

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As you all know that, previously, Samsung SDI and ATL developed batteries for Note 7 which were unsafe, keeping in view this problem, the company should stop Samsung SDI and ATL fromm making batteries but the company didnot considered it.

For the battery, design of smartphone is important because the battery needs space to fit properly and and defuse heat. After Smasung, Apple will also introduce ATL’s batteries into its new Nitenendo switch.

However, it is not for the first time Sony’s batteries have demanded for use. Before Samsung, Maurat, one of the battery supplier, has also expressed its desire to buy the battery division of Sony, this deals is not yet, which means that Sony is still in market as smartphones part supplier.

READ ALSO: Samsung Galaxy S8 Concept Image of Pitch Black Color Variant Shows Smooth Design

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Muhammad Irfan Raza
Irfan Raza is Editor at TechWafer covering Everything about Apple including Mac, iPhones, iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook, and How-tos.

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