18/04/2017 11:17
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Samsung Galaxy S8 passes extensive safety tests

Samsung Galaxy S8 passes extensive safety tests

Summary

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has passed all safety tests to avoid the same repercussions of last years Galaxy Note 7.

Being attacked with a power saw caused the S8’s battery to swell and leak, but despite emitting a bit of smoke, the troubling flames of last year’s device are nowhere to be seen.

Despite the Galaxy Note 7’s battery woes still casting a sizable shadow of doubt over the S8, Samsung’s latest phone has seemingly overcome such concerns.

To hammer home the point, the S8’s battery has survived being sawn in half. Literally.

The extreme test was the handiwork of popular YouTube channel, What's inside Samsung Galaxy S8.

You will see for yourself in the video above, being attacked with a power saw caused the S8’s battery to swell and leak, but despite emitting a bit of smoke, the troubling flames of last year’s device are nowhere to be seen.

Having been formally unveiled late last month, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is now available for pre-order.

The Galaxy S8 has ditched its predecessor’s physical home button, instead moving to a stunning 5.8-inch near edge-to-edge Infinity Display. This is backed up by a 12-megapixel camera, an octa-core processor and Google’s latest Android 7.0 Nougat OS. Source. 



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