It might be a hottest tool in city right now, though Samsung has betrothed that a new phone will positively not locate glow like one of a luckless predecessors.
‘We’ve changed on from that,’ pronounced Samsung’s Kate Beaumont when we asked how her company’s latest gadget, a Galaxy Note 9, is designed to equivocate a repeat of a bursting phone tale of 2016.
The Galaxy Note 7 was an pure disaster for a South Korean company, which was forced to remember millions of a handsets when battery released caused a tiny array of them to combust.
Now a code spanking new Galaxy Note 9 is here and a association is dynamic to safeguard that story won’t repeat itself.
‘We’ve instituted a water-based CO cooling complement that is singular to Samsung, in further to a eight-step battery reserve check we created,’ Beaumont, who is executive of product management, services and blurb plan during Samsung UK and Ireland, told Metro.co.uk.
‘It [the Galaxy Note 9] is 3 times some-more effective from a cooling viewpoint than a Note 8,’ she said, observant that a new £899 phone boasts a 4,000mAh battery and won’t feverishness adult even if you’re using a garland of apps simultaneously.
So we won’t get asked to palm over a Note 9 before boarding an airplane?
‘Absolutely not,’ Beaumont says firmly.
In fact, it turns out that Samsung’s plus-sized Note operation of phones indeed commands a many constant fan base. So most so that users were reluctant to palm behind their Note 7’s even after central warnings.
But, from a reserve standpoint, there was no approach around it. Samsung common a commentary of an review into a phone with a wider attention in an bid to make certain a lithium-ion batteries we all travel around with in a pockets stay flame-free.
That faithfulness means there’s an ardour for a Note 9 even if it’s got an eyebrow-raising price.
‘The Note is a showcase device, and it doesn’t do a volume [of sales] of a S series,’ pronounced Beaumont, after explaining that a company’s portfolio of inclination customarily advantages from a trickle-down tech of a higher-priced models.
And, in fact, while a entry-level cost of a Note 9 is £30 some-more costly than a £869 cost of a Note 8, a base-level storage has been increased from 64GB to 128GB. There are also improvements to a camera, inner specs and, of course, a S Pen stylus.
‘I would contend a functionality of a S Pen with Bluetooth,’ replied Beaumont when asked what her array one underline of a new phone would be.
‘You can use it to take photos from any angle,’ she said, referring to a fact a stylus can be used as a remote shiver symbol for a categorical device.
If we need some convincing about either or not Samsung’s latest bid is value your time, we can find some in-depth thoughts on a Note 9 here.
If you’re only happy to go forward and pointer up, afterwards we can pre-order it now on Samsung’s website and a phone will launch in a UK on Aug 24.