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  1. Samsung details Galaxy Fold fixes, promises re-launch in September Changes include a reinforced display and smaller ingress points. The April launch of Samsung's futuristic foldable phone was cancelled at the last minute after devices started dying in the hands of early reviewers, but Samsung thinks it finally has the Galaxy Fold situation figured out. The company issued a press release late last night detailing the Galaxy Fold relaunch plan, which includes some redesign work and promises a September launch window for "select" markets.
  2. Samsung’s beleaguered, $2,000 Galaxy Fold foldable smartphone has a new launch date in Korea: Sept. 6. The Galaxy Fold was scheduled to launch in the U.S. in April, but Samsung indefinitely delayed its release after multiple reviewers quickly experienced issues including flickering screens and hinge bulges—though some of the issues were apparently caused by reviewers pulling off a thin plastic screen protector that looked like it was removable packaging material. It was actually critical to the device’s functioning. In July, Samsung announced it had made improvements t
  3. (Reuters) - Chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices announced a multi-year partnership with Samsung Electronics Co Ltd for the development of mobile graphics techology based on its AMD Radeon graphics chips. AMD will license its custom graphics intellectual property (IP) to Samsung for use in mobile devices, including smartphones, and other products while Samsung will pay AMD technology license fees and royalties. Shares of AMD rose 4% in premarket trading. Source
  4. The chaebol tightens its vice-like grip on Europe Samsung exploited Apple's iPhone channel inventory glut and the continued political campaign against Huawei to sell more than 18.3 million smartphones into European retailers and distributors in Q2. This equated to shipment growth of 19.62 per cent, handing Sammy a 40.6 per cent share of the spoils in a total market that was flat at 45.1 million units – and one in which the majority of the biggest sellers declined. Four models in the A Series – the Galaxy A10, A20e, A40 and A50 – accounted for mo
  5. Samsung today announced the Galaxy S10 smartphone line-up during a Samsung Galaxy UNPACKED 2019 live event that took place in San Francisco, United States, where the company also unveiled the Galaxy Fold as its next-generation mobile device. Samsung's Galaxy S10 line-up consists of the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10 5G models, bringing users fresh mobile experiences with premium features. The devices feature the world's first Dynamic AMOLED display, next-generation triple-camera system, and first-ever in-display Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner. "Since its launch ten years ago
  6. (Reuters) - Apple Inc held talks with Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and MediaTek Inc along with existing vendor Intel Corp to supply 5G modem chips for 2019 iPhones, according to an Apple executive’s testimony at a trial between Qualcomm Inc and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Friday. Between 2011 and 2016, Apple relied on San Diego-based Qualcomm as the sole supplier of such chips, which help iPhones connect to wireless networks. Starting in 2016, Apple split the business between Intel and Qualcomm, but in 2018, Apple moved solely to Intel for its newest phones.
  7. Samsung Has Just Fixed the Biggest Galaxy S10 Bug Samsung is currently in the process of rolling out a new update for the Galaxy S10 that resolves one of the biggest annoyances on its new-generation flagship: the inconsistent experience with the fingerprint sensor. The Galaxy S10 embraces a completely new approach for Samsung’s high-end phone lineup, as it ditches the fingerprint reader on the back for a version that’s embedded into the screen. In other words, to unlock a Galaxy S10, you just have to touch the screen right on the sensor, and this thing should work
  8. The ultimate all-in-one style mobile device has been a desire for years, and even though Canonical themselves tried and failed to fund their own Ubuntu phone, Samsung’s Linux on DeX beta has actually realised the full desktop OS on a mobile device experience. While we trialled the beta software at the tail end of last year on the Galaxy Note 9, it was only available to those who had access to the Note 9 or Galaxy Tab S4. That did leave a sour taste in the mouth for many wanting to try out Linux on their own Samsung handsets. Samsung has today confirmed that
  9. Samsung's fancy folding OLED panels are dying after just a few days. Samsung's futuristic Galaxy Fold is launching this month, and the device has already made its way to a select group of reviewers and influencers. During the run-up to the device's launch, there were concerns about the durability of the folding display, and now after just a few days with the public, the device is already experiencing problems. There are numerous reports of Samsung's $2,000 device breaking after a single day, sometimes due to poor durability, other times due to user error. First up, we have a re
  10. Samsung to Launch the Galaxy S10 5G on April 5 Samsung announced the Galaxy S10 5G at the company’s Unpacked event on February 20 alongside all the other versions of the Galaxy S10, but while the standard models are already up for grabs, this particular configuration still isn’t. And it’s all because of the additional requirements that a 5G smartphone comes with at this point, so Samsung originally said the Galaxy S10 5G would hit the shelves by the end of March. However, it looks like the end of March has in the meantime become the first week of April. According
  11. Tons of ingress points allow dirt to enter the device and damage the display. It might be delayed for at least a month, but Samsung's futuristic Galaxy Fold has hit the iFixit Teardown table. How exactly did iFixit get its hands on a phone that has never been for sale and has had all its review units recalled? It's probably best not to think too much about it. What matters is that we get to see the insides! Between this teardown and an earlier blog post, iFixit has been building a compelling theory for why the Fold has been dying an early death for some reviewers. The problem
  12. Coronavirus case confirmed at Samsung's mobile device factory in South Korea Samsung has confirmed that one of its employees working at its mobile device factory in Gumi City, South Korea has been infected with coronavirus. The company says it has already closed that facility and the shutdown will last until Monday. In a press statement, the tech giant announced that other workers who came in contact with the infected employee have been put under self-quarantine. They will also be tested for possible infection. The floor where the infected employee worked h
  13. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra’s 120Hz display is a huge battery hog It recharges quickly though, thanks to world's first USB Fast Charger Certification (Image credit: Future) One of the star features of Samsung’s latest Galaxy S20 Ultra flagship smartphone is its ability to run its display at a silky smooth 120Hz, but as discovered by our sister site Tom’s Guide, this optional setting doesn’t play nice with overall battery life. The team conducted a series of tests that compared the beastly 6.9-inch handset’s battery life
  14. Samsung blasts Galaxy phones worldwide with weird ‘1’ notification It’s from the Find My Mobile app Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge In what appears to be a curious accident, Galaxy phone users worldwide have received a mysterious notification from Samsung’s Find My Mobile app. The alert, which several users reported, simply reads “1” with another “1” below it. A few hours after the incident, Samsung said that the messages were unintentionally sent during an internal test. Our own exec
  15. The Samsung Galaxy S20 has more RAM than most laptops – and that’s stupid More RAM than a Paul McCartney solo album (Image credit: Shutterstock) You might have noticed that Samsung has released several new phones recently, and the Galaxy S20 range are the latest handsets to come with a frankly ludicrous amount of RAM: a choice of 8GB and 12GB of the stuff. And I’m not saying that in a ‘woah, that’s an awesome amount of RAM’ way, but in a ‘this is just silly, what smartphone needs that much RAM?’ kind of way.
  16. Galaxy Z Flip durability test calls Samsung’s Ultra Thin ‘Glass’ into question The Z Flip’s display scratches as easily as plastic Samsung’s claim that the new Galaxy Z Flip uses “Ultra Thin Glass” sounded like a true breakthrough when the foldable phone was announced last week. Until now, foldable screens have used plastic displays, which can be easily scratched with even a fingernail. The Z Flip making the switch to glass, however thin it might be, had us hopeful that it would hold up better to long-term use. But it seems that might not be the case.
  17. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra real-life photos show massive camera hump The Samsung Galaxy S20 series has already leaked in renders and press photos. Now, real-life photos of the Galaxy S20 Ultra courtesy of @jon_prosser have made their way online showing the massive camera hump at the rear. The photos only show the device from the rear and while they are of relatively low resolution, they do a good job of showing the massive camera hump which houses four different camera sensors along with an LED flash. The photo also shows the camera hump having a 10
  18. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 event confirmed for August 5th Time for a new Galaxy Unpacked event Samsung has announced that its next Galaxy Unpacked event will take place on Wednesday, August 5th, at 10AM ET. The company is expected to reveal its new lineup of Galaxy Note 20 devices, along with a successor to its first foldable, the Galaxy Fold. Samsung’s teaser is pretty cryptic, even by the standards of tech invitations, although the copper color splash does match the leaked images of the
  19. New Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 leaks point to an imminent launch Charging speeds revealed The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. (Image credit: Future) We're very much looking forward to whatever the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 has to offer us, and a couple of new leaks in the last few days suggest that the tablet might be shown off to the world in the near future. The first leak is courtesy of Samsung itself, which managed to briefly list a mention of the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus 5G model on its German website (via Androidu.ro). While the page didn
  20. Samsung announces four new 0.7um ISOCELL camera sensors for upcoming smartphones Samsung today announced four new ISOCELL camera sensors with up to 108MP resolution for upcoming smartphones. Compared to its existing camera sensors, Samsung has been able to make its latest sensors up to 15% smaller by switching to a slightly smaller 0.7um pixel size vs 0.8um. The height of the new camera modules is also 10% shorter than existing sensors while still delivering the same image resolution. To improve light sensitivity and photo quality despite the redu
  21. The ink is barely dry on the iPhone 12 announcement, and the Pixel 5 isn't even available in North America yet, but we're already hearing rumblings of the next Samsung Galaxy S21 lineup coming sooner in the new year than ever before. Samsung has had an interesting year; it announced and released the triple-play Galaxy S20 lineup right as the pandemic hit — it was the last in-person launch event I attended — and though the reception was overwhelmingly positive, the sales numbers have been anything but. With the cheapest Galaxy S20 launching for $1,
  22. Official Galaxy Fold 2 renders show off Samsung’s next foldable Get a good look at Samsung's next foldable before the unveiling next week. Get a good look at the Galaxy Z Fold 2 before it gets announced next week. MySmartPrice has the official renders a few days before Samsung's event, showing off the inside and outside of Samsung's next foldable smartphone. The pictures show about what we were expecting, which is a Fold with a dramatically taller outside screen, an inside screen with no g
  23. Google wants Samsung to kill Bixby, Galaxy App Store Google offers Samsung a higher revenue share in exchange for offing its ecosystem. Enlarge / Bixby on the Galaxy S9. Ron Amadeo 74 with 61 posters participating Reuters and Bloomberg are both independently reporting that Google is pushing Samsung to back away from its duplicate Android ecosystem and promote Google apps instead. A "correspondence" between the two companies was seen by both sites, which saw Google push Samsung to promote the Play Store and Google
  24. Samsung's 16GB LPDDR5 DRAM arriving for smartphones in 2021 Samsung has announced mass production of the world’s first 10nm (1z) class 16GB LPDDR5 DRAM for smartphones. The upcoming DRAM chips are lithographed and fabricated with high-precision using the company’s third-generation 10nm-class process, and extreme ultraviolet (EUV) technology. According to Samsung, the new 10nm 16GB LPDDR5 DRAM chip is 16% faster than the company’s last year’s 1y-based 12GB LPDDR5 DRAM chips, with data transfer rates reaching 6,400Mb/s. To put that in perspective, a
  25. Samsung's One UI 2.5: All the new features Samsung recently started rolling out the One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S20 series. The latest version of One UI also comes pre-loaded on the Galaxy Note20 series. The company also intends to bring One UI 2.5 to plenty of its other flagship devices including the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note10, Galaxy S9, and Note9 series. One UI 2.5 might seem like a small update but it packs a number of changes and improvements. Among other things, One UI 2.5 brings some much-needed usability improvements to Samsung's Andro
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