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  1. An alleged press photo of Samsung ATIV SE made the rounds on Twitter, courtesy of @evleaks. Previously known as Samsung Huron, the Windows Phone handset is bound for Verizon Wireless in the United States. As you can see in the image above, the Samsung ATIV SE looks a lot like the Samsung Galaxy S4. There is no word on the specs of the upcoming smartphone just yet, though past rumors suggest that the ATIV SE will pack 1080p display (likely the same 5” unit as the one found in the Samsung Galaxy S4) and 13MP main camera. There are no details on pricing and availability of the Samsung ATIV SE jus
  2. Samsung launches IoT processor Exynos i T100 The Internet of Things processor is optimised for data communications shorter than 100 metres, Samsung said. Samsung's Exynos i T100 is an IoT processor aimed at short-distance communications. ( Image: Samsung) Samsung has launched an Internet of Things (IoT) processor aimed at providing short-distance data communications, the company announced. The Exynos i T100 can be used in small IoT devices such as gas detectors, temperature controlle
  3. Samsung's "Sero" is a 43-inch TV mounted on a rotating stand. It's tough to stand out in the TV market, where everyone is shipping beautiful 4K panels in pretty much whatever size you want. Samsung is hoping to turn heads with a few wild "concept lifestyle TV" designs, which it rounded up in a Korean-language press release today. There's the previously announced "The Frame," which looks like a framed picture and displays artwork when not in use. There's "The Serif," which is mounted on four legs, looking kind of like a canv
  4. A mysterious Windows 10-powered Samsung Galaxy device appears on Geekbench If you’re on the lookout for a Samsung Windows 10 device, it’d be hard for you pick one as the choices are limited; the Korean manufacturer’s Windows 10 efforts aren’t praiseworthy at all. However, it releases a couple or sometimes more devices to a few markets every year. And it looks like the time has come for Samsung to release yet another Windows 10-powered device. Named Samsung Galaxy Space, the unannounced Windows 10 device has been spotted on Geekbench( via WindowsLatest).
  5. Samsung launches its first 5G-integrated CPU The Exynos 980's compelling story is the 8nm process—not the 5G modem itself. Enlarge / Samsung's Exynos 980 brings more device integration into the SoC, increasing battery life and allowing for more powerful auxiliary processors. Samsung Newsroom Today, Samsung announced the launch of its newest mobile processor, the Exynos 980. This system-on-chip, which should enter mass production later this year, includes an integrated 5G modem, NPU (neural processing unit), and Mali G76 GPU.
  6. Samsung hasn't used the word 'Edge' in its phone names since the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, but it looks like the company might be bringing it back, as mention of a Samsung Galaxy S10 Edge has been spotted. The name was obtained by MobileFun (a phone accessory retailer), alongside the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. So in other words there might not be a handset just called the Samsung Galaxy S10, with the 'Edge' model taking its place as the standard phone. It's a name that could make a certain amount of sense, as it would help identify one of the main rumore
  7. Almost a year after promising to release software that would let you turn select Android phones into full-fledged Linux PCs, Samsung is now allowing users to sign up for its Linux on DeX beta program and the company says the private beta will officially launch November 12th. In a nutshell, the software works by allowing you to download a desktop Linux distribution, set it up on a container, and launch it as if it were an Android app. The cool thing is that by supporting Samsung’s DeX platform, you can connect a monitor, mouse, and keyboard to your pho
  8. Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Just in time for the holidays, Samsung has begun releasing its Android Pie update for the Galaxy S9. SamMobile was first to notice the German release, while other users on Twitter and Reddit have seen the update become available in the Netherlands and Slovakia as well. Along with the upgrades made by Google, Android Pie on the S9 also brings Samsung’s One UI, a new user experience which is intended to make apps easier to use on larger phones, amongst other improvements. Although this latest update has come to Samsung’s devices a lot more
  9. There's a problem with those calls to Delete Facebook: some people physically can't. Want to delete Facebook? Too bad. Some Samsung smartphone owners have found that they're unable to remove the pre-loaded Facebook app from their phones, according to a new report from Bloomberg. That's concerning for people who are trying to remove the mammoth social media app from their lives, either because they no longer enjoy it, or because they're concerned about their privacy and security. The new report also brings to light how little the public knows or has control over th
  10. Official Galaxy Note 10 images leak, show off the big, boxy body It's big. It's rectangular. It probably doesn't have a headphone jack. The Galaxy Note 10. This is the smaller version. Samsung's next flagship, the Galaxy Note 10, is due just a month from now on August 7. We've already seen interpretive renders from OnLeaks, but now, thanks to two separate sources, WinFuture and Ishan Agarwal, we can get a look at Samsung's official press images for the Note 10. It looks like the earlier renders from OnLeaks were spot on, with the official i
  11. If you are looking for the best wireless earbuds for your phone’s music, then Samsung is going to be very quick to point out that its Galaxy Buds have picked up the first ‘excellent’ rating for sound quality by a wireless device. Meanwhile Apple is going to be licking its wounds as the AirPods sit in a lowly 49th place in the same chart. Galaxy Buds charge wirelessly atop an S10 phone during the Samsung Unpacked product launch event in San Francisco, California on February 20, 2019 The rankings come from Consumer Reports’ study of the market, and it picks o
  12. Samsung has a long and illustrious history of trolling Apple in its smartphone commercials. In 2017, it poked fun at Apple for ditching the headphone jack in the iPhone 7. Now Samsung's new phone, the Note 10, has also removed the headphone jack. As for that 2017 commercial, it has disappeared from some of Samsung's major YouTube channels. Image: A Samsung "Growing Up" advertisement mocking the iPhone's lack of a headphone jack. Samsung has a long and illustrious history of trolling Apple in its smartphone commercials. But now the South K
  13. It'll only be available in Korea. Samsung is making 5G versions of both the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus, but only the latter version is coming to the US, according to a graphic spotted by The Verge. Meanwhile, a smaller 6.3-inch Galaxy Note 10 5G will definitely be built, but it will launch exclusively in Korea. It's not clear why Samsung is doing this, given that the Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G model that is coming to the US will work on all the major carriers
  14. In case you were living under a rock this past week, it was hard to miss Samsung's big reveal for the Galaxy Note10. It was all over social media, news sites, televisions, and... notification trays. That's right, Samsung is once again spamming Galaxy phones with advertisements, this time for the Note10. This time around, push notifications advertising the Note10 are being sent out by at least three pre-installed applications — Samsung Pay, Bixby, and the Samsung Push Service. Bixby wants you to ask it about the Note10, Samsung Pay is offering points when you look at th
  15. Samsung and other OEMs could have become wary of using Qualcomm's ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on their future devices next year due to recent security issues. Samsung bucked the industry trend and went with Qualcomm's ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 which uses ultrasonic waves to read one's fingerprint in 3D, while almost every other OEM went with an optical in-display fingerprint scanner. It was touted that Qualcomm's ultrasonic fingerprint scanner was faster, secure, and more reliable. However, the real-l
  16. Technology giant Samsung is being sued for $1.3 million by content protection company Verance. According to a lawsuit filed in the US, for two years Samsung failed to pay licensing fees for use of Cinavia, the anti-piracy technology that aims to prevent copied or downloaded content being played on Blu-ray disc players. For at least two decades, entertainment companies have been trying to prevent people from copying commercially produced DVDs and more recently Blu-ray discs. In common with most anti-piracy technologies the protections deploye
  17. Samsung announces Exynos 990 with support for 120Hz refresh rate and more Samsung unveiled today its latest mobile processor based on 7nm process technology with support for future phones that will feature demanding artificial intelligence (AI), video, and 5G capabilities. The Exynos 990 is complemented by an Arm Mali-G77 GPU based on the new Valhall architecture. The new mobile processor is claimed to have a 20% performance boost compared to its predecessor, thanks to its tri-cluster CPU structure comprising two custom cores, two high-performance Cortex-A76
  18. They have built-in access to Google Assistant and Play Store. Samsung has released not one, but two follow-up devices to the Chromebook 3, and they're both just as affordable as their predecessor. The Chromebook 4 has an 11.6-inch HD (1,366 x 768 pixel) display and weighs 2.6 pounds like its predecessor, while the larger Chromebook 4+ has a 15.6-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080) display and weighs in a bit more at 3.75 pounds. Both devices are powered by a Celeron N4000 processor and can have up to 64GB of storage and up to 6GB of RAM. They also have Gigabit Wi-Fi capabilities,
  19. Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 review: ‘good’ is as good as it gets The best* smartwatch for Android users I have been using the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 for about a week now, and it has accomplished something remarkable: it’s made me decide to stop saying there are no good smartwatch options for Android users. Released just six months after its predecessor, the Active 2 is a reasonably good option. Some software issues keep it from being great, though. And if your phone isn’t made by Samsung, plan on some software annoyances. The obvious and clear suc
  20. Samsung Developer Conference (SDC 2019) is underway today, and the firm announced two new laptops – the Galaxy Book Ion and Galaxy Book Flex. The Galaxy Book Ion is a traditional clamshell laptop, whereas the Galaxy Book Flex, as the name suggests, is a 2-in-1 convertible with a 360-degree hinge. Both devices come with 13 and 15-inch screen size options and sport QLED displays, something the company claims to be the world’s first on a laptop. The QLED screens can reach an impressive 600 nits in brightness in Outdoor Mode, making them suitable for use well, outdoors. While QLED is o
  21. Intel turns to Samsung for help keeping up with AMD, rumor claims Samsung to chip in with CPU production (Image credit: Intel) Intel has allegedly found a solution, or at least part of one, for its long-running supply issues with CPUs – which the firm admitted would be ongoing in a recent statement – and that solution is to enlist Samsung to help make more chips. This is according to Pulse News Korea (as highlighted by Tech Powerup), and as ever with rumors, we need to tread with caution – although in the
  22. Picture-in-picture is back, with 14 different layouts. Samsung revealed its new QLED 8K TV last night in Korea, and now the US unveiling is under way. We already heard about interesting features like its "digital butler" that will control other devices, including older stuff that can't connect to networks using an IR blaster, multitasking with picture-in-picture and the AI ScaleNet tech that streams "8K quality" video by downconverting it to 4K with the TV upscaling it again on the receiving end. To start with, it's working with Amazon Prime to upscale stan
  23. Samsung launches new T7 Touch portable SSD with a fingerprint sensor Samsung today announced the new T7 lineup of portable SSDs, the followup to the T5 model that debuted in 2017. The new model has a similar maximum capacity, which is 2TB, but Samsung is touting speed improvements thanks to the inclusion of USB 3.2 Gen 2. Thanks to the new interface, the drive can offer read speeds up to 1,050MB/s and write speeds up to 1,000 MB/s, making it twice as fast as the T5. Samsung also says the SSD can reach its maximum speed when used with the NVMe interface, thou
  24. Samsung announces new Odyssey gaming monitors at CES 2020 With the impending start of this year's CES comes an onslaught of new announcements, and Samsung isn't missing a beat. The company has announced a new lineup of Odyssey gaming monitors, and they're actually pretty impressive. The lineup is made up of the 49-inch G9 model and the G7 model, which comes in both 32- and 27-inch variants. Both models offer a 1000R curvature and QLED picture quality. The displays offer a 1ms response time and 240Hz refresh rate, with support for Adaptive Sync over DisplayPort 1.4
  25. Samsung TVs could ditch the bezel for an 'infinite' display – just like its smartphones Samsung ditches the frame (Image credit: 4Kfilme) Samsung is looking to shake up its TV range with an outside-the-box design philosophy that could see the manufacturer use a practically-invisible TV frame to maximize the impact of its QLED displays. The casing around the edge of the screen, or just the section of the screen that can't display images, is referred to as the 'bezel'; hence why the rumored set is being called a Zero Bezel
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