We all know about the past which Samsung has gone through, and looks like Samsung has really improved over their mistake. Samsung has regress attention over batteries now and at the launch of Samsung Galaxy S8, they told that battery has to pass through a number of tests before installing them on the phones. This testing looks sort of successful now as a new video has come up where a Galaxy S8 is being torn apart even though the damage begins to swell, it doesn’t catch fire or explore.
This testing looks sort of successful now as a new video has come up where a Galaxy S8 is being torn apart even though the damage begins to swell, it doesn’t catch fire or explore.
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The video comes from YouTubers Lincoln and Daniel Markham of the “What’s Inside” channel. In the video, they tear apart a Samsung Galaxy S8 with the help of fellow YouTuber Zack Nelson of “JerryRigEverything.” And in the process of trying to open the device up, the battery is damaged so they quickly take it outside expecting it to swell and possibly catch fire or explode.
While the battery does end up swelling and becomes very hot, it fails to either catch fire or explode. The YouTubers then proceed to intentionally try to get the battery to spark or catch fire by stabbing it with a razor blade but still, nothing happens, showing just how much work Samsung has put into making sure anything like its Note 7 fiasco never happens again.
Source: Youtube | Android Headlines