Drip feed of S8 information shows how much Samsung needs a win

Steady stream of leaks reveal the hardware giant is aiming to hit back

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
23rd March, 2017
Pic: Getty

Bad news is something you can fight. When Samsung got really bad news last year, in the form of its Galaxy Note 7 having a tendency to explode, it was able to focus on the technological issues around it. The Korean electronics maker went out of its way to take the mea culpa approach and show what it had done to prevent it occuring again. From a purely technical perspective, Samsung did a really great...

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