Samsung Galaxy S8 Battery Swells In This New Video

Samsung Galaxy S8 Battery Swells In This New Video
Samsung Galaxy S8 Battery Swells In This New Video

Currently, the eyes are on top of Samsung’s latest top of the range, the new Galaxy that appeared in two versions, the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus. Right now, the question that many are asking is whether the battery problems, which have victimized the Samsung Galaxy Note7, are finally resolved or not.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Battery Swells In This New Video

The eyes are on top of Samsung’s latest top of the range, the new Galaxy that appeared in two versions, the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus. However, currently, the question that many are asking is whether the battery problems, which have victimized the Samsung Galaxy Note7, are finally resolved or not.

A YouTube channel did an extreme test, the battery smoked, expanded (Swelled), but the result can change a lot in the world of gadgets.

Who does not remember the battery explosions of Galaxy Note7? Well, if you do not remember, the warnings inside the planes will refresh your memory, since last year we barely sat on an airplane we heard the warning about Samsung smartphones. But this may be completely outdated.

The South Korean giant Samsung has promised to solve the problem of incendiary batteries and, it seems, in the new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, there is a new technology that does not allow the battery to explode or ignite.

As you could see in the video above, the Galaxy S8 was taken to some extremes. It was cut and the blade of the small cutting saw hit the battery in some way. Initially, the smartphone began to smoke, the battery reacted, as usual, expanded to the point where it exploded, but here comes the twist, as this did not react like this.

The South Korean giant Samsung was able to control this state of degradation, and even then, when the battery was struck (which would normally cause a fire), it remained controlled and not only that even not a spark also appeared.

The technology used by the South Korean company could have finally solved the dangers of lithium-ion batteries exploding and burning, which in many cases prevention meant that it was not possible to carry these batteries (such as carrying batteries in passenger planes).

So, what do you think about this new technology? What kind of technology has Samsung used in the new batteries? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.

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