After the disaster of Note 8, Samsung is now trying to do its best to regain its position in the eyes of its customers. In the latest event, the company has announced to invest $128 million on its SDI division which is responsible to manufacture batteries of Note 7 and other high end smartphones of Samsung.
Through this investment, the division will be able to solve the manufacturing errors with its new eight-step testing procedure. In fact, Note 7 had two manufacturing errors and both of these critical errors could end lien of any phone.
For various departments of production, development, quality, technology and verification, the company will appoint nearly 100 workers and executives. The company says that it is a critical point for them as they either have to work together for improvement of the company or it will be the end of the company.
The company is closing monitoring the batteries of other major smartphones including the upcoming Note 8 and Galaxy S8 that will decide how much the Samsung learned from the mishap of Note 7.
Samsung has also pointed out that few manufacturers are taking interest in its latest SDI batteries which shows that other players have now forgotten the previous few months of Samsung.