Samsung Steps up Production of Samsung Galaxy S7 to Overcome Galaxy Note 7 Loss

Galaxy S7

After the recent Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco was brought to an end production of the phone suspended completely, Samsung is reportedly going to focus on making more of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge.

The devices will now be the best Samsung smartphones money can buy and they have to made readily available as they would go up against new competition. The Apple iPhone 7 and LG V20 are some of the new devices in the market which are expected to be popular just because they offer something new.

Samsung Galaxy S7

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is not old by any means after having come out only earlier in 2016. However, the smartphone market has been going through enormous changes every year and the Galaxy S7 looks every bit old. Samsung, though, are confident that the Galaxy S7 will be able to stand alone against the competition. They have reportedly asked to their suppliers to ramp up production of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge parts. It is also rumored that the Samsung Galaxy A8 will also be pushed as an alternative in the absence of the Galaxy Note 7.

None of these devices, though, will not be closer to the Galaxy Note 7 in terms of features nor attractiveness. Launched towards the end of August, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 received a lot of positive criticism from the way it incorporated almost every conceivable feature into the device. However, faulty batteries have led to the phone exploding under certain conditions. Samsung has been unable to prevent the issue even after coming out with a recall. The company only recently decided to put an end to the Galaxy Note 7 miseries by announcing the death of the device.

Galaxy Note 7 Loss

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge come with top specifications in almost every regard. However, both these phones do not have the S Pen, which is one of the single distinguishable features on the Galaxy Note 7. Furthermore, the battery life on the smaller Galaxy S7 exactly great and one will have to go for the Galaxy S7 Edge, which is slightly more expensive, in order to get an all-day battery. The Samsung Galaxy A8 is not in the same price range as these phones, but its attractiveness would be a major selling point.

Even though there have been rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S8 being fast tracked, it may not be entirely true.

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