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A recent report by Korea Economic Daily states that The Murata Manufacturing Company will be supplying Samsung with a percentage of the batteries which the OEM will need to power the upcoming Galaxy S8. The Japanese company came into limelight in 2016, when it gained control over Sony's battery manufacturing unit. If this report is true, it puts to rest the rumor that LG will be supplying the Galaxy S8 with a percentage of its batteries.


However, the amount of batteries which will (reportedly) be supplied by Murata is not really significant (2% - 8%). Samsung's own battery division (Samsung SDI) will be supplying the S8 with most of its battery packs. Incidentally, Samsung SDI was also responsible for making the first batch of faulty batteries which caused the Galaxy Note 7 to explode in the first place. The production process has since been revamped and improved upon significantly with an investment of $128 million, according to Samsung. Let's just hope that it was enough to prevent any future disasters.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



Samsung and Apple make odd bedfellows with them fighting it out over market share for smartphones and tablets, but the Korean company often will to make device components for Apple that can be found inside its iPhones that go head to head with Samsung's smartphones.


Most recently, Samsung shared production on the A9 processors that powered the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus so impressively. News coming directly from Korea suggest now that the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has penned a deal to provide microprocessors for the upcoming iPhone 7.


TSMC may even have been able to become the sole manufacturer of processors for the iPhone 7 using its 10nm manufacturing process. TSMC is likely to start mass production of the A10 processor starting in June 2016, based on the typical release pattern used by Apple to debut new iPhones in the fall.


If true, this change would be a move away from Samsung who shared the manufacturing of the A9 processor with TSMC while still benefiting from an attractive manufacturing deal with Apple. However, it is not a complete loss. Qualcomm has chosen Samsung as the manufacturer for its Snapdragon 820 processor which is expected to be used in upcoming flagship Samsung handsets.


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iphone 6s


According to a report from South Korea's Maeil Business Newspaper, Around 75% of the application processors (including Processor and RAM) that would power the next generation Apple iPhone 6S will be supplied by Samsung.

 

Samsung RAM DDR4

 

While there was no word on the financial details of the deal, as well as which other companies, apart from Samsung, will be supplying the processors, a Reuters report noted that the South Korean company will manufacture the chips in its factory in Austin, Texas.

 

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iphone 6s


According to a report from South Korea's Maeil Business Newspaper, Around 75% of the application processors (including Processor and RAM) that would power the next generation Apple iPhone 6S will be supplied by Samsung.

 

Samsung RAM DDR4

 

While there was no word on the financial details of the deal, as well as which other companies, apart from Samsung, will be supplying the processors, a Reuters report noted that the South Korean company will manufacture the chips in its factory in Austin, Texas.

 

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