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  1. Samsung to supply foldable OLED panels to Google, OPPO, and Xiaomi Samsung is by now a veteran in the foldable smartphone space, culminating with the company’s excellent Galaxy Z Fold 2. It’s no wonder competitors would look to the company as they look to develop their own foldable devices. According to The Elec, Samsung is going to supply foldable OLED panels for devices from Google, OPPO, and Xiaomi. All of the panels are expected to be “in-folding,” with sizes ranging from 7.6 inches to 8.03 inches. As of now, all three of these companies are said to be
  2. Samsung could reveal its AMD GPU for smartphones in June Prepare for the power of RDNA in a handset In a nutshell: The smartphone world has been waiting a long time for the fruits of Samsung's partnership with AMD. According to a renowned leaker, we'll finally see the RDNA mobile GPU this June. It was back in 2019 when AMD and Samsung signed a deal that would bring the former's graphics tech to the latter's mobile devices. Later rumors claimed it was coming to Galaxy phones in 2021, and we've seen some promising benchmarks that show the GPU beating the
  3. Samsung announces new 50MP ISOCELL GN2 camera sensor with Dual Pixel Pro Samsung has just announced its new 50MP camera sensor, called ISOCELL GN2. It is a follow-up of last year’s GN1 and comes with bigger pixels, better energy consumption and the entirely new PDAF technology called Dual Pixel Pro. The ISOCELL GN2 sensor's type size is 1/1.12”, which is the largest in a smartphone and has 1.4μm-sized pixels for “exceptionally detailed photographs in regular settings”. Quality images in a low-lit environment are done with the well-known four-pixel-binning t
  4. Samsung's future smartwatch is rumored to use Android, not Tizen It might be all about the Google ecosystem. Cherlynn Low/Engadget Samsung has been using its Tizen platform on smartwatches ever since 2014's Gear 2 line, but it might go back to its Android 'roots' in the near future. Both SamMobile and well-known leaker Ice Universe claim Samsung is making a smartwatch using Android (possibly Wear OS) rather than its usual platform. It would be the first time Samsung had used Android on the wrist since early products like the Galaxy Gear and Gear Live.
  5. Samsung concept videos leak ‘Glasses Lite’ and ‘Next Wearable Computing’ AR vision Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft — Google’s plan is not yet clear — are all working on augmented reality wearables. Samsung’s work on AR possibly leaked today, but there are many unknowns about “Glasses Lite.” WalkingCat, a Twitter account with a known history of leaking Microsoft and Samsung products, over the weekend posted two videos. Given the source’s track record — mostly recently revealing the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite and Galaxy Chromebook 2, this is most likely a genuine Sams
  6. Samsung's new HBM-PIM claims to be twice as fast while drawing over 70% less power Samsung - one of the creators of the 3D-stacked High Bandwidth Memory, or HBM - has launched its next innovation in that department with the introduction of its new processing-in-memory (PIM) architecture, which will now add the power of AI into HBM. As the name suggests, PIM or processing-in-memory will bring some sort of programmability within the memory layer with the help of a new embedded "DRAM-optimized" AI engine inside the memory banks. The AI engine, dubbed Programma
  7. Move aside AirDrop, Samsung is bringing Quick Share to Windows 10 Galaxy fans and Windows 10 users who are always looking for ways to better-integrate their phones with their PCs are in for a big surprise, as Samsung and Microsoft are apparently getting ready to launch Quick Share for Windows 10. Quick Share for mobile was released about a year ago when it debuted with the Galaxy S20 flagship series. It’s an excellent feature that mimics Apple’s AirDrop, and it allows for easy and direct file transfer between Galaxy devices over a peer-to-peer Wi-Fi network.
  8. One UI 3.1: All the new features and changes The launch of the Galaxy S21 series also marked the release of One UI 3.1 from Samsung. The latest version of the company's skin comes pre-installed on its flagship devices and has also been made available as a software update for the Galaxy Tab S7 series. Samsung will eventually bring One UI 3.1 to more of its devices as well. So what exactly are the changes that One UI 3.1 brings to the table? While minor, they do help improve the usability of the skin further. Find out everything that's new in One UI 3.1 below
  9. Samsung Rumored to Be Testing 8K 60FPS Video on Galaxy S22, but Overheating Issues Persist Samsung introduced 8K video recording support on the Galaxy S20 series, and though the Korean giant was the first to allow a framerate capture of 24FPS, it’s been a bumpy ride. First, users were limited to capturing video for just five minutes due to overheating problems, but the company continues to push those framerate boundaries. In fact, one tipster states that Samsung is testing out 8K 60FPS video recording on the Galaxy S22, but it has run into similar problems. Record
  10. iFixit teardown shows the Samsung Galaxy S21 is easier to repair than the S20, still not perfect iFixit took apart a Samsung Galaxy S21 and gave it a repairability rating of 4 out of 10. While the S20 never got an official rating from iFixit, this year’s flagship is clearly easier to repair. Check out the video below for a look at the critical areas. Long story short, the plastic back is easier to remove than a glass panel (you don’t have to worry about cracking it). The flat display is easier to remove as well, it also helps that display cable is now detac
  11. Samsung considers Austin for $17 bln chip plant -documents Feb 4 (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is considering Austin, Texas, as the site for a new $17 billion chip plant that the South Korean firm said could create 1,800 jobs, according to documents filed with Texas state officials. The documents say the project would involve building out 7 million square feet (650,000 square meters) of new space on a 640-acre (259-hectare) site that the company already owns. The company has an existing chip plant in Austin that makes computing chips. Samsung’s
  12. Samsung working on 200-megapixel camera sensor for smartphones Among the plans is a 200-megapixel sensor as well. The report is very light in details but the tipster claims a 200MP camera sensor for smartphones is 'coming soon.' Washington [US]: Tech company Samsung is now reportedly gearing up to increase the smartphone camera resolution threshold this year. Mashable quoted a report by noted tipster Ice Universe stating that Samsung has plans to introduce plenty of new 'innovative' ISOCELL camer
  13. Samsung says auto chip shortage could hit smartphones Warning comes as car companies lobby governments for help. Enlarge SOPA Images | Getty Images 57 with 37 posters participating Samsung Electronics said a global semiconductor shortage that has hit global carmakers could also disrupt orders for the memory chips used in smartphones, as manufacturers rushed to respond to the crisis. The warning from the world’s biggest memory chipmaker comes as companies and governments grow concerned that
  14. Samsung expands blood pressure and electrocardiogram features of Galaxy Watch to 31 new countries Samsung today announced the expansion of the Samsung Health Monitor app to 31 new countries. With the new Samsung Health Monitor app, Galaxy Watch3 and Galaxy Watch Active2 users can enjoy blood pressure and electrocardiogram tracking features. Y0u can find the list of countries below. Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania,
  15. Samsung’s next smartwatch reportedly tracks blood sugar levels On the Android side of things, Samsung’s Galaxy Watch lineup is perhaps the most advanced smartwatch available. With its next generation, it looks like Samsung is going to expand its health efforts on smartwatches to include blood sugar tracking. A report from ETNews claims that, like the next Apple Watch, Samsung’s next Tizen-based Galaxy Watch will be able to detect and track your blood glucose levels, more commonly known as blood sugar. This is done using an optical sensor rather than drawing
  16. Samsung details One UI 3 improvements for Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ Samsung began rolling out the One UI 3.1 update to Galaxy Tab S7 users in South Korea last week, and today, the company has shared some of the improvements the update brings to its flagship tablets. The updates are focused on improvements to enable more seamless transitions from one device to the other to help with productivity. First, there's the ability to continue apps on other devices, which is to say certain content is shared between Galaxy devices with the update. For instance,
  17. Samsung's Exynos chipset with AMD mobile GPU could debut inside the Galaxy Z Fold3 When Samsung announced the Exynos 2100 chip earlier this month, it also revealed that its next flagship Exynos chip will feature an AMD GPU. Since the Korean company tends to release only one flagship Exynos chipset every year, it was expected that the next flagship Exynos chip with AMD GPU would launch in 2022. However, it looks like that's not going to be the case. Reputed Samsung leaker @UniverseIce claims that Samsung will launch a new Exynos chip with AMD GPU this year i
  18. Samsung to produce 3nm processors in USA: Report FILE - The new plant will help the company provide a strong foothold in getting new contracts from US customers amidst the ongoing trade tensions between the US and China (AP) Construction of the manufacturing plant may begin as early as this year and the operations may begin from 2023 South Korean tech giant Samsung is planning to invest a large sum of $10 billion in order to build a chipset manufacturing plant in the United States. A new report has suggested the company may estab
  19. The next cheap Samsung Tab could be a 5G tablet Will the Samsung Tab S7 Lite have 5G? (Image credit: TechRadar) The next affordable Samsung Tab-series tablet could support 5G connectivity, according to a new rumor. Which model and when it will come out are still unclear, but if true, it would be one of the the first cheap 5G-capable tablets to hit the market. The tablet could be the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite or the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8e. The affordable tablet should launch in three mode
  20. Galaxy S21 Ultra teardown shows that it’s not as hard to repair as you thought After the first teardown of the entry-level model in the series, the first video dismantling the Galaxy S21 Ultra has dropped showcasing just how difficult it is to repair. YouTuber and teardown expert PBKreviews has taken the European Exynos 2100 Galaxy S21 Ultra to task, and allowed us to gaze upon its shiny innards. As you’d expect, it’s hard to repair, but not quite as hard as some of the other flagship devices. The core differences here will be the lack of mmWave
  21. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 FE is the cheap Note 21 alternative we've been waiting for 'Samsung Galaxy Note is dead' rumors are half right as a cheap Galaxy Note 20 FE emerges With the Samsung Galaxy S21 launch kicking off the year for the Korean tech giant, all eyes are on its remaining 2021 lineup, and the fate of the Galaxy Note series – and news of a cheaper model that breaches the gap between a fully fledged Galaxy Note 20 and a premium Galaxy Note 21 has just broken. Samsung is set to roll out S-Pen support for its slew of 2021 devices, including t
  22. Samsung’s new 90Hz OLED display will take laptops to the next level You’ve been hearing a lot about high refresh rates since last year. Samsung wasn’t the first to bring 120Hz displays to its smartphones but its subsidiary was actually the one supplying them to others as well. Samsung Display remains one of the biggest suppliers of OLED displays and now it’s got an amazing new product for laptops. Samsung Display has announced today that it’s going to mass produce the world’s first 90Hz OLED laptop displays in the first quarter of this year. Get ready for a
  23. Samsung 870 EVO review: Quality mass storage for the masses Samsung's first new SSD of the year is, as you might expect, very good. Seeing a product announcement a week after CES 2021 closed its virtual doors may be a little peculiar, but here we are with Samsung's first new SSD of the year. The 870 EVO isn't a superfast PCIe 4.0 SSD that will break performance records, instead, it's back down to the now, quite old hat, SATA standard. But Samsung is always there when talking about the best SSDs whatever you're looking for. SATA SSDs do continue to be i
  24. Samsung Galaxy S21 gets the teardown treatment ahead of release Samsung's Galaxy S21 series is scheduled to go on sale across the world later this month. Before that though, the first teardown of Samsung's flagship phone of 2021 has hit the internet. More specifically, the cheapest trio of the Galaxy S21 series -- the Galaxy S21 5G -- has been given the teardown treatment revealing its internals. Unlike the Galaxy S21 Plus and the Ultra, the regular S21 variant features a plastic back. However, the removal process for the back remains the same --
  25. Galaxy S21 is just first of many Samsung phones that are ditching the charger The Samsung Galaxy S21 is just the beginning (Image credit: Future) As expected, the Samsung Galaxy S21 will not be coming with a charging brick in the box. The move is hot on the heels of Apple, which did the exact same thing with the iPhone 12, and Samsung won’t be stopping with its latest phone. A Q&A on Samsung’s press page with Patrick Chomet, EVP and Head of the Customer Experience Office at Samsung, confirms that other Samsung phones will be ditching th
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