Earlier there was news that, by the impact of Galaxy Note 7 battery overheating fire or explosion, Samsung may turn to external battery suppliers (and even its competitors LG chemistry). However, according to South Korea's website MK reported that, as one of the Galaxy Note 7 battery suppliers, SDI, does not need to back up the hot blast. If the investigation conclusion really said (Samsung plans in January 10th to announce the end of the month, we hypothesized that SDI between) that is still expected to continue for the Galaxy S8 battery supply.
Galaxy Note 7 (ATL) version of the first recall (SDI battery supply version), after the SDI promised to become a "safety first" company. But at that time, Samsung pointed out that ATL is not responsible for the subsequent occurrence of battery fire incident.
Reported that SDI has set a contract for the supply of a number of Samsung mobile phone batteries, including the recently released Galaxy A (2017), as well as the upcoming release of Galaxy S8.
SDI said in a statement, Galaxy S8 will build the company's battery. The MK website also said that the battery supply task of this subsidiary will take the high-end smartphone Samsung in 2017 65%.
Of course, Samsung is also in talks with other battery suppliers, including LG chemical and Japanese TDK.
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