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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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 --
  7. 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
  8. Samsung vice chairman Jay Y. Lee sent back to prison in bribery case Image Credits: Bloomberg (opens in a new window)/ Getty Images Samsung Electronics vice chairman Jay Y. Lee is back in prison following a retrial of his 2017 conviction in a bribery case that helped lead to the downfall of former South Korean president Park Guen-hye. The Seoul High Court sentenced Lee to 30 months on Monday. Lee was originally convicted of bribery in 2017 and sentenced to five years, but was released in 2018 after the sentence was reduced and suspended on appeal. In A
  9. Samsung announces new 108MP mobile image sensor Creates highly vibrant photos (Image credit: Samsung) Samsung Electronics has introduced a 108-megapixel (MP) mobile image sensor, the Samsung ISOCELL HM3, that can capture sharper and more vivid images in ultra-high resolution with faster auto-focus and extended dynamic range. “While a pixel is just a single dot of colour, when in millions, these dots can be transformed into stunning snapshots of life. With more pixels, images are sharper, with fuller d
  10. Samsung Galaxy S21 to Come without Charger and Earphones Only the USB-C Cable will be included in the box Samsung is ready to copy another Apple idea, and the Galaxy S21 is therefore expected to come without a charger in the box. But according to a recent tweet from leaker Ishan Agarwal (which has since been deleted), the South Korean company wants to go even further with this approach, so the Galaxy S21 would also come without earphones in the box. In other words, only the USB-C cable would be shipped with the device, which is exactly the approac
  11. Samsung’s Galaxy S21 event: the 5 biggest announcements Catch up on Samsung’s Unpacked event Photo by Chaim Gartenberg / The Verge Samsung just finished its first Unpacked event of 2021. The headline announcements were the three new phones in its S21 lineup, but the company also announced new true wireless headphones, an item tracker, and a few other things. We’ve rounded up all of the biggest announcements from the event right here. Photo
  12. Samsung officially confirms Galaxy S21 event for January 14th Ring in 2021 with Samsung’s latest smartphones Samsung will officially be announcing its latest lineup of Galaxy flagship phones — rumored to be the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra — on January 14th, the company confirmed through invitations to a new Galaxy Unpacked event. The tagline: “Welcome to the Everyday Epic.” The event will kick off at 7AM PT / 10AM ET. The company is widely expected to announce three new smartphones at the event, successors to last year’s Galaxy S20 lineup:
  13. Samsung's new robots can put away your shopping and load your dishwasher - Samsung's first personal robots are certainly eye-catching (Pocket-lint) - Samsung went big on robotics during its CES 2021 press conference. There was the JetBot 90 AI+, a robot vacuum with home security camera that'll be available this year, but also two more foward-looking devices. These latter two devices aren't going to be available for the foreseeable future, but they do show what kind of devices we might have in homes in the future. This is a bit of a departure for
  14. Samsung unveils Galaxy Chromebook 2, the first with a QLED display At last year’s CES Samsung introduced the first Chromebook with an AMOLED screen. This year the company marks another first with the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2, the first of its kind to have a QLED display. It’s a 2-in-1 device with a 13.3” touchscreen with 1,920 x 1,080 px resolution. The narrow bezels enclose an HDR display. Besides finger input, it also supports an USI Pen (a cross-compatible pen part of the Universal Stylus Initiative), which can detect 4,096 levels of pressure.
  15. Latest Samsung Leak Shows Off Tile-Like Bluetooth Tracker Photo: Jung Yeon-Je (Getty Images) Samsung may soon come out with a Bluetooth-based tracker to give Tile a run for its money. The sharp-eyed folks at 91 Mobiles spotted images of the purported Samsung tracker on Friday posted by the certification authority NCC, where it’s listed as the Samsung Galaxy SmartTag. Similar to Tile’s smart trackers and Apple’s long-rumored AirTags, it reportedly uses Bluetooth to connect to your other devices so you can find them in those frantic moments when you swea
  16. Samsung finally starts its Android 11 rollout, three months after release Android 11 brings a new media player, new one-time permissions, and more. Enlarge / Android 11 with Samsung's One UI skin. Samsung 93 with 50 posters participating Android 11 came out about three months ago, and that means it's finally time for Samsung to get its act together and start shipping the OS out. Samsung announced on its company blog that the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra would all start getting Android 11 right now, provided yo
  17. Samsung details the Exynos 1080, a 5nm chipset coming to Vivo phones next year Samsung has formally announced the Exynos 1080 chipset, its next flagship processor for smartphones, at an event in China (via SamMobile). The next-generation chip will be built on the company's own 5nm EUV process, and it promises to be very power efficient. In terms of performance, the Exynos 1080 has an octa-core CPU, including a single Cortex-A78 core at 2.8GHz, three Cortex-A78 cores at 2.6GHz, and four power-efficient Cortex-A55 cores at 2.0GHz. Samsung claims that single-co
  18. Samsung’s next phone may have stellar battery life with a 7,000mAh battery It could be the Samsung M12, and it could come out this year (Image credit: Samsung) A new leak suggests Samsung is working on a new budget phone with a massive 7,000mAh battery, surpassing the capacity on nearly any other phone out there – including top-end flagships. And it may launch before the end of 2020. The phone may be called the Samsung Galaxy M12, or alternately the Galaxy F12 given their reportedly similar model numbers, as the leak by
  19. Samsung regains top smartphone vendor spot as Xiaomi overtakes Apple Unsurprisingly, Huawei’s reign didn’t last long Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Samsung is back on top as the world’s biggest smartphone vendor one quarter after losing its spot to Huawei, according to reports from IDC, Counterpoint, and Canalys. The news comes just as Samsung posted its highest quarterly revenue figures ever, which the company said was helped by a boost in demand for smartphones. Huawei became th
  20. Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Live are underrated in terms of design. The Korean company has very quietly changed the earbud landscape by inventing an ergonomic, seemingly tailored, style of earbud that - to date - are the best fitting earbuds I’ve ever used. The bean shape is, frankly, genius. I’m currently reviewing Jabra’s Elite 85T earbuds and whilst my early impressions are very positive, I haven’t missed the precarious nature of earbuds that rely solely on the rubber ear tips to stay in place. Samsung is also facing stiff competition from Motorola's Razr 5G
  21. SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung leader Jay Y. Lee’s trial, in a case of suspected accounting fraud and stock price manipulation connected to a 2015 merger, began on Thursday as a Seoul court held its first hearing. FILE PHOTO: Samsung Group heir Jay Y. Lee arrives for a court hearing to review a detention warrant request against him at the Seoul Central District Court in Seoul, South Korea, June 8, 2020 Lee and 10 other current and former Samsung executives were indicted by South Korean prosecutors last month over the merger of two Samsung affiliates that helped Lee ass
  22. Samsung chairman Lee Kun-hee dies at 78 A controversial figure who turned Samsung into a global tech power Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images Samsung Electronics has announced the death of its chairman, Lee Kun-hee. The company says he died on October 25th with family including his son, vice-chairman Lee Jae-yong, at his side. He was 78. A cause of death was not given, but Lee had been incapacitated for many years after suffering a heart attack in 2014, causing him to withdraw from
  23. 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,
  24. Samsung introduces the 980 Pro SSD with PCIe 4.0 support and up to 7,000MB/s speeds Samsung is upping the ante with a new top-tier SSD announced today, the 980 Pro. This is Samsung's first consumer SSD to come with full support for PCIe 4.0, specifically using a PCIe 4.0 x4 interface, which allows for much higher speeds than previous generations. Specifically, the 980 Pro SSD has sequential read speeds up to 7,000MB/s, which is double of what Samsung promised for the 970 Pro SSD. Likewise, sequential write speeds go up to 5,000MB/s, almost doubling the speed
  25. 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
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