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March 24, 2017

Check out these high-resolution pictures of Galaxy S8+ dummy unit

Another day, another leak, eh? We now have high-resolution pictures of a Galaxy S8+ dummy unit as well as a video that compares the Galaxy S8 and S8+ with their competitors. While there’s nothing new to see here, the pictures and the video confirm just how compact these devices will be.

See also: Leak: Target will sell Galaxy S8 with free Gear VR and $100 gift card 1 day ago

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January 20, 2017

Samsung and LG to include thermal pipes in their flagship phones

Thermal pipes in smartphones aren’t exactly new: the Galaxy S7 and the S7 edge have them to better dissipate heat. But if reports coming out of South Korea are true, it looks like they might become more widely-used this year. According to DigiTimes, both Samsung and LG will adopt thermal pipes for more efficient heat dissipation in their upcoming flagship devices – the Galaxy S8 and the G6.

See also: Opinion: Let’s stop the overheating madness October 27, 2015

Sony’s used thermal pipes in its flagship Xperia devices for quite a while now, but it wasn’t until Samsung’s Galaxy S7 announcement that they became a mainstream topic. It was the thinnest thermal pipe [...]

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December 19, 2016

Samsung reportedly considering LG batteries for Galaxy Note 8

According to The Korea Herald, Samsung is considering using LG Chem batteries on top of existing suppliers for next year’s Galaxy Note.

See also: Samsung might launch the Galaxy S8 in April after MWC 2017 6 hours ago

It’s being reported that the South Korean electronics giant is in the talks with its archenemy about potentially having LG Chem supply its batteries in the future, starting with the Galaxy Note 8. Although it’s easy to assume that this is due to the recent Galaxy Note 7 debacle or some battery issue associated with Samsung’s suppliers, the likelihood of that is pretty low, in my opinion.

Currently, the company gets its batteries from its [...]

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