Samsung Sets up Quality Assurance Office to Improve the Quality of its Products


We all know the rise and fall story of Galaxy note 7. After Note 7 fiasco, Samsung is more concerned about its products quality. Now Samsung Sets up Quality Assurance Office to Improve the Quality of its Products. Recently, Samsung has also showed in a video on YouTube that how many test, Samsung is doing on its upcoming smartphones.

Samsung Sets up Quality Assurance Office to Improve the Quality of its Products

After Note 7 incident, Samsung’s reputation has affected a lot. Moreover, Samsung is being sued both in South Korea as well as abroad because of its exploding Note 7. Now, it’s time for Samsung to gain its reputation back.

Building a quality assurance office, is a good decision taken by Samsung. It seems like, Samsung has learnt from its mistakes. This new office will be led by Kim Jong-ho, a manufacturing expert that joined Samsung back in 1983. A few years ago, he was awarded the “Gold Tower Order of Industrial Service Merit” for his work that helped expand the electronics and IT industries.

Now, Samsung‘s main focus is on its upcoming high-end smartphone S8. Samsung S8 is the long awaited flagship smartphone from Samsung this year after its unfortunate explosion of Note 7 incident. There were many rumors about the launch of S8, but now finally Samsung to Launch Galaxy S8 on 29th March.

However, some reports are claiming that Samsung is in a process to start selling its refurbished Galaxy Note 7 again. So, we can say that the dead Note 7 is now coming back to life. Moreover, rumors also claim that Samsung will start selling Note 7 in June 2017. But, Note 7 will come with improved batteries and cases. However, Samsung has not made any announcement regarding these rumors.

For More Details Also Read: Samsung to Start Selling Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 Again

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on providing the latest information regarding the innovations happening in the IT world. She likes reading, photography, travelling and exploring nature.
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