Samsung reaffirms its commitment to safety and quality with two new videos

A month after announcing what caused the issue in its Galaxy Note7, Samsung is back at it again with a pair of new videos that outline the firm's commitment to safety and quality.

Although it might seem like a bit overkill at this point, there is probably nothing wrong with reiterating to the public the commitment a company has when it comes to safety. After all, the Note7 is probably one of the worst incidents to occur in recent memory when it comes to mobile technology, and it could still have a lingering effect on some when it comes to purchasing or considering a Samsung device. You can have a look at both videos which have been embedded above and below that show the firm's testing procedures of handsets.

Although it did not make an appearance at Mobile World Congress, Samsung is expected to announce its next handset, the Galaxy S8, at its 'Unpacked' event that is set to commence on March 29.

Source: Samsung Mobile USA (YouTube)

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