As Samsung scrambles to regain from the continuing Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, the business could be looking forward to its next main smartphone, the Galaxy S8, restore trust in the products of Samsung and to win back customers.
With both of these elements, Samsung appears like it’d be tapping as the secret weapon of the forthcoming smartphone into virtual reality.
This becomes more significant as headsets and more systems, including Sony’s PlayStation VR, are set to be released, pushing on virtual reality farther into the mainstream.
Samsung has been pushing for innovations and cutting edge technology in its main smartphones, like the curved screen that’s been reported will be coming to the next Apple iPhone.
In what’s thought of as a silver lining in the Galaxy Note 7 recall plan, which was originated by Samsung due to the episodes of exploding batteries, the business could be looking at an earlier launching for the Galaxy S8 to handle the disaster.
Rather than attempting to regain the lost revenue of the Galaxy Note 7, analysts say that Samsung should focus on getting out the Galaxy S8 into the marketplace when possible in order to cancel the negative impact of the recall plan that is international.
If Samsung is planning to do thus, such a gigantic move on its part for the business’s next main smartphone would be an essential, although that remains to be seen.
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