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Samsung eyes China comeback

China Daily | Updated: 2017-09-14 07:13

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd hopes to regain consumer confidence and rejuvenate sluggish sales in China after the Note 7 debacle, with the launch of its latest premium smartphone Galaxy Note 8 on Wednesday.

The new flagship Galaxy Note 8 boasts a 6.3-inch super AMOLED display with a bezel-less design, and a dualcamera setup, as well as biometric authentication options, including iris and fingerprint scanning. Samsung claimed the handset has a safer battery as it has undergone safety checks.

The move is also the followup to last year's disastrous Note 7, which was recalled due to a faulty battery with a tendency to catch fire, and the company's latest response to its sagging fortunes in the China market.

Samsung eyes China comeback

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