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  1. Samsung unveils CXL-based DDR5, an industry-first innovation Samsung has arguablyturned its memory technology innovation all the way up to 11 recently. Earlier this year, the company announced the revolutionary AI-based HBM-PIM memory and today, it has announced the industry's first DDR5 memory solution to run on the Compute Express Link (CXL) interface. The South Korean giant says that the next-gen DDR standard will enable the movement of enormous amounts of data due to the massive capacities that it will offer. Of course, these high-capacity memory modules aren't buil
  2. Galaxy S21 FE, Z Fold 3, and Z Flip 3 could launch in August 2021 After launching the Galaxy S21 series earlier this year, the company is ready to launch three new high-end smartphones in the second half of 2021. The Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy Z Fold 3, and the Galaxy Z Flip 3 were earlier rumored to launch sometime in July 201, but it is now being reported that the upcoming phones could launch a little later. A new report from Yonhap News claims that Samsung is currently in talks with South Korean mobile carriers to launch the Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy Z Fold 3, an
  3. Samsung has a new SmartThings app for Windows 10 SmartThings is the smart home platform owned and developed by Samsung. It was originally designed to tie together thousands of different smart home products (much like Alexa and Google Home/Assistant today), but it’s now the home of Samsung’s own Internet-connected devices too. The company finally released a web dashboard for SmartThings last month, and now Samsung is resurrecting the Windows app. Samsung offered a Windows application for managing SmartThings in the past, but it was deprecated in 2019. Since
  4. Samsung ends security updates for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ Samsung has pulled the plug on security updates for the Galaxy S8 and S8+. The devices were announced back in 2017, marking the beginning of smartphones with thin bezels. They had since enjoyed four years of Android security updates, although that has now come to an end. On its security updates page (via 9to5Google), Samsung has removed the two flagship phones from the list of handsets that are receiving support. If you intend to keep your Galaxy S8, you'll have to cope with the current software vers
  5. New Samsung trademarks suggest Galaxy Z Flip3 and Fold 3 owners will not need to worry about durability Durability has been a major concern for foldable devices, with the original Samsung Galaxy Fold setting a bad precedent with an easily damaged screen. It appears in its third generation Samsung is intent to make this a bad memory of the past, with a variety of trademarks filed all around the world for coatings, layer and phone frames which are “armoured”. One is Armor Frame, which specifically applies to phone frames. There would p
  6. Samsung retakes top smartphone-maker crown as industry rebounds But there's a stark warning about the future What just happened? Apple and Samsung are constantly battling for the title of ‘world’s largest smartphone maker.’ Cupertino had held the honor, but its rival is once again in the number one spot following a quarter that saw it account for over a fifth of all global phone shipments. According to the latest report from analyst firm Canalys, over 347 million smartphones were shipped during the first quarter of the year. That’s a massive 27% increa
  7. Rumors claim Samsung will make OLED TVs with LG panels next year It's reportedly looking to source 1 million large OLED panels by late 2021. Jorge Duenes / Reuters A big shakeup might be coming to the AV world as Samsung may start producing OLED TVs with panels sourced by rival LG, according to a report from Korean broadcaster MTN spotted by Sammobile. The two companies have reportedly inked a conditional deal for Samsung to buy up to 1 million OLED panels from LG in the second half of 2021 and up to 4 million panels in 2022.
  8. Samsung’s Galaxy SmartTag Plus with UWB to track items with AR is out April 16th With a $39.99 price tag Samsung’s Galaxy SmartTag Plus, the souped-up version of the company’s Tile-like SmartTag Bluetooth tracker (which was released earlier this year), now has a release date: it’ll be out on April 16th for $39.99. That’s a $10 price increase over the standard SmartTag, which runs for $29.99 — but the SmartTag Plus has one notable improvement. It features an ultra-wideband (UWB) radio, allowing users to track it more accurately when it’s nearby than the
  9. Samsung brings its 2021 Galaxy A series to the US w/ IP rating, 5G, 90Hz, more After launching internationally last month, Samsung is bringing its new entry-level and mid-range smartphones to the United States. The 2021 Galaxy A series consists of five new smartphones ranging from $109 to $500 with a ton of new features, and they’re all launching this month. Galaxy A52 5G The headliner of Samsung’s 2021 Galaxy A series is the A52 5G, priced at $499. It runs on top of the Snapdragon 750G processor paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (microSD too). It ha
  10. Samsung April 2021 security update is rolling out now to these Galaxy devices Samsung was once among the worst in the Android world when it came to updates big and small, but in 2021 they’re arguably better than Pixel. Now, Samsung is rolling out the April 2021 security update to its huge lineup of smartphones including Galaxy S21, S20, A52, and more. The April security patch, technically, hasn’t been fully released when Samsung started its rollout. Google follows a pattern of rolling out the update to its Pixel smartphones on the first Monday of every mont
  11. Samsung develops 512GB DDR5 memory for advanced computing Samsung's first DDR5 memory offers data transfer rate of up to 7,200Mbps and is aimed at advanced computing applications. Samsung Electronics on Thursday said it has developed a 512GB DDR5 memory module. It is the company's first DRAM made with the latest DDR5 standard that was set by JEDEC in July last year. The hardware, made with high-k metal gate (HKMG) process technology, offers up to 7,200Mbps in data transfer rate, over double that of conventional DDR4, Samsung said. The company stacked eight layers o
  12. Samsung latest high-res monitors go all-in on HDR They range in size from 24 to 34 inches and feature very slim bezels. Samsung has launched its business and consumer lineup of high-resolution monitors, and this year, all 12 of them support HDR Samsung Samsung has launched its business and consumer lineup of high-resolution monitors, and this year, all 12 of them support HDR. The S8 flagship lineup comes features two 27-inch (S80A and S80UA) and one 32-inch model (S80A), all with 1 billion color (10-bit) IPS panels and 3,840 x 2,160 (4K Ultra HD) resolu
  13. Samsung will hold its next Unpacked event on March 17th The company promises to share something "awesome." Samsung It was only two months ago that Samsung held an Unpacked event to announce the Galaxy S21, but the company is already sending out invites for another event it plans to hold on March 17th at 10 AM ET. The moment of awesome we’ve all been waiting for: Unpacked, March 17, 2021. #SamsungUnpacked pic.twitter.com/SvzP7ugttO — Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) March 9, 2021 What could we see at the event?
  14. Samsung's 980 NVMe SSD boasts high performance with a tradeoff It's priced lower than the 970 Evo line, but there's a reason for it. Samsung Samsung has finally introduced a 980 SSD that isn't part of the high-priced Pro line, and it's mostly good news for performance-minded PC users — with a caveat. The company's new base level 980 NVMe drive is billed as a significant upgrade over the long-serving 970 Evo with similar sequential read speeds (up to 3,500MB/s), but faster writes (up to 3,000MB/s versus 2,500MB/s), and more sustained performance through
  15. Samsung fixes critical Android bugs in March 2021 updates This week Samsung has started rolling out Android's March security updates to mobile devices to patch critical security vulnerabilities in the runtime, operating system, and related components. This comes after Android had published their March 2021 security updates bulletin, which includes patches for critical vulnerabilities impacting the latest devices. As observed by BleepingComputer, Samsung Galaxy devices are automatically pulling updates released on March 5, 2021, this week.
  16. The Redmi Note 10 series raises the value-for-money bar, yet again A 120Hz AMOLED display and a 108MP camera for only $261 The Redmi Note series features some of the best-selling smartphones globally, and it doesn't take an expert to know why. They offer incredible value for money and often democratize technology, usually seen in the higher-tier devices. The newly-announced Note 10 series in India walks along the same line and introduces segment-first features like a 108MP camera and a 120Hz AMOLED display. Redmi Note 10 Pro & Pro
  17. Samsung's ISOCELL 2.0 could boost the quality of your next phone camera It allows for very small pixels that can still capture accurate colors. Chris Velazco/Engadget Samsung's ISOCELL sensor technology has played an important role in improving phone photo quality, and it's hoping to repeat that achievement with the tech's sequel. Android Authority reports that Samsung has formally unveiled ISOCELL 2.0, a significant upgrade that promises more vivid pictures and better low-light shooting for phones with high-resolution cameras. The new
  18. Samsung’s next compact phone with a removable battery has leaked in full Renders and specs of the Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 have leaked. The phone is said to pack a removable battery. It could launch sometime this month. Remember the Samsung Galaxy XCover 4? The phone launched back in 2017 and is only now getting a named successor in the form of the Galaxy XCover 5. Following a spate of recent leaks, folks over at WinFuture have revealed the complete specs and renders of the rugged Android smartphone. As is tradition with the XCove
  19. Exynos 2200 SoC with AMD GPU could debut in a laptop later this year Samsung’s next-generation Exynos chipset powered by AMD graphics will make its debut later this year under the Exynos 2200 brand, claims a new report from the local media citing unnamed major component suppliers and partners. More importantly, the report suggests that the Exynos 2200 solution will power an ARM Windows 10 Samsung laptop scheduled to hit the shelves in the second half of 2021. Samsung confirmed last month that it is working with AMD to create a next-gen mobile GPU that will be laun
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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.
  24. 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
  25. 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
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