Report claims that Samsung plans to contract LG to make Galaxy S8 batteries
We already know that following the kind of tragedy that has befallen the Galaxy Note 7 line of devices from the stables of Samsung, there is bound to be a lot of internal changes and one of such might be what we are hearing from a new report that is coming out of their home country.
We all know that the major local rival that Samsung has in South Korea is LG and if what we are hearing now has any element of truth to it, then they are planning to work with their own rivals when it comes to the production of batteries for their future devices, much especially the Galaxy S8 that is bound to see the market next year.
While the report has said that the deal is yet to be signed, there are also indications that they are yet to even to reach an agreement and that looks like a far time away but given that they are in talks, that is a very big step in the least given that Samsung and LG like to avoid buying parts from each other.
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