With the problems that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 had last year, it was all because of the battery employed in the unit. The phablet, which was well on the way to becoming one of the the best selling Samsung phones of all time, was hit by some bad news in the form of several dangerous explosions. The device was recalled twice, and while several users didn't want to return the handset, Samsung eventually eliminated all the functionality of the phablet so that anyone keeping the Note 7 would end up with a useless paperweight.
The Samsung Galaxy Note FE (Fan Edition) is available in South Korea; the combination of unused Note 7 parts and refurbished components is making Note 7 fans excited for the opportunity to give the Galaxy Note 7 another chance. Besides using a combination of new and recycled parts, Samsung lowered the capacity of the battery on the Galaxy Note FE to 3200mAh from the 3500mAh used on the original device.
And that brings us to the brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which is expected to be unveiled on August 23rd during Sammy's next Unpacked event. An image of the batteries for the phablet have surfaced and we can see clearly stated on the label of the part that it contains 3300mAh of power. We wonder how strong a battery Samsung might have employed on the Galaxy Note 8 had the explosion issues not taken place last year. After all, Samsung is stuffing a 4000mAh cell into the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active.
Image allegedly shows two 3300mAh batteries, each one for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8