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Strike accomodates new Samsung phones with car cradles

On the heels of the recent Samsung S8/S8+ launch announcement, Brisbane based company Strike is releasing car cradles designed specially for the new devices.

According to Strike, “Strike Group is Australia's leading provider and manufacturer of innovative car technologies. Strike integrates innovative design and seamless engineering in all of its products.”

A defining feature of the new Samsung phones is the Infinity Display, which is a curved glass screen with very little bezel to speak of. Strike says that while this technology gives the phone a sleek and modern design, it is more susceptible to impact and dropping damage.

Strike designs car cradles for phones and tablets with quality, durability and versatility in mind, and believe their phone holders are the perfect hands-free solution for drivers. Road safety is also top of their priority list, and the new cradles are designed to secure and fortify the smartphones while in the cradle. The phones also are chargeable while docked, with 12/24 volt charging volt spike protection. Also included is an internal passive antenna which aims to boost signals of the phone phone’s signals when it is attached to an external antenna.

Chris Ryan, CEO of Strike Group, says now Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus owners don’t have to be disconnected from their new devices while driving.

“While all the world’s eyes are on Samsung at this moment, Strike’s eyes are on the needs of our customers,” says Ryan.

“The S8 is a remarkable device – revolutionary, in fact – and we’re excited to design a cradle that can protect and charge it at all times.”

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ were announced last week by Samsung as the header of a wider announcement of new technology and updated gadgets in the Samsung range.

Strike is currently manufacturing the Strike Alpha Cradle for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ models.

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