Samsung Galaxy S23 series could get light performance mode

According to IceUniverse, a tipster, Samsung Galaxy S23 devices will get a “light performance mode.” Customers can use this option to use less power and extend the battery life of their devices. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S23 series could get light performance mode”

Samsung strengthens Google Partnership for better Smart Home Experiences

Samsung has announced a collaboration with Google to make smart homes meaningful. The integration also makes it easier for SmartThings and Google Home users to add Matter-enabled devices to their Samsung Galaxy phones or tablets and control them from both apps Continue reading “Samsung strengthens Google Partnership for better Smart Home Experiences”

Samsung partners with ODMs for Tizen-powered Smart TVs

Today, Samsung Electronics announced a partnership with renowned ODM (Original Development Manufacturing) firms like Atmaca, HKC, and Tempo. Thanks to this alliance, non-Samsung smart TV models will be able to use Tizen OS for the first time. Continue reading “Samsung partners with ODMs for Tizen-powered Smart TVs”

Samsung brings Galaxy Z Fold4, Z Flip4 One UI 4.1.1 and Watch5 One UI Watch 4.5 features to older devices

Today, Samsung has confirmed that it would be bringing the most recent One UI 4.1.1 from the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4 and One UI Watch4.5 from the Galaxy Watch5 series back to earlier models of Galaxy foldables and smartwatches. Last week, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 Android 12.L (One UI 4.1.1) update with new features started rolling out. Continue reading “Samsung brings Galaxy Z Fold4, Z Flip4 One UI 4.1.1 and Watch5 One UI Watch 4.5 features to older devices”

Samsung Self-Repair program by iFixit now available starting from the US

To implement their self-repair service, Samsung is teaming up with iFixit, the leading online repair community. This programme adds to Samsung’s ongoing consumer-friendly repair expansions and reaffirms the company’s dedication to providing consumers with sustainable solutions that will enable them to support a more circular economy by prolonging the lives of their devices. Continue reading “Samsung Self-Repair program by iFixit now available starting from the US”

Samsung begins pre-orders for upcoming Galaxy phones in India

Samsung India announced that customers in India can pre-order the Next Galaxy smartphones starting July 31. Customers who want to get early access to the smartphones can also take advantage of special offers when they place a pre-order. Continue reading “Samsung begins pre-orders for upcoming Galaxy phones in India”

Qualcomm and Samsung extend patent agreement through 2030

According to the company’s announcement, Qualcomm Incorporated has expanded its joint venture agreement with Samsung Electronics in order to provide a cutting-edge, premium user experience for Samsung Galaxy devices. Continue reading “Qualcomm and Samsung extend patent agreement through 2030”

Samsung denies rumors of discontinuation of Exynos chips

While reports remain that Samsung may forgo Exynos power for its flagship phones in 2023 and possibly 2024, the firm has denied accusations that it will discontinue its Exynos chipset operation. According to the Korean Mail Economic Daily, the company claimed during its Q2 2022 conference call that “it is not true at all” that it will discontinue operating its Exynos business. Continue reading “Samsung denies rumors of discontinuation of Exynos chips”

Samsung Galaxy S22 Bora Purple color variant announced

The “Bora Purple” colour option for the Galaxy S22 will be available at carriers and retail outlets next month. The new Bora Purple shade from Samsung is the eighth colour option for the Galaxy S22. Phantom White, Phantom Black, Graphite, Green, Sky Blue, or Cream were previously available colors. With its latest colour, Samsung expects to “evoke joy, spark creativity, and embrace individuality.” Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S22 Bora Purple color variant announced”

Samsung and Google are integrating stylus handwriting-to-text into Chrome for Android

This year, a Google Pixel tablet with the codename “Tangor” and support for the USI stylus was spotted. And now with Android 13, Google is making Chrome easier to type on with a stylus. Google’s open-source nature has also made it possible for many people to work on different parts of the company. Also, Samsung is probably the largest one, and it looks like we’ll get another feature from the company in time for Android 13; this one should make it even more tablet-friendly than it already is. Continue reading “Samsung and Google are integrating stylus handwriting-to-text into Chrome for Android”

Google Health Connect can sync between Fitbit, Samsung Health and more

Google unveiled Health Connect, an Android app developer platform and also an API. A single set of APIs can securely access as well as share health and fitness data across all Android devices, with user consent. Continue reading “Google Health Connect can sync between Fitbit, Samsung Health and more”

Samsung 6G Research and Spectrum White Paper released

Samsung Electronics announced a white paper today highlighting the company’s strategy for obtaining global frequency bands for 6G, the next-generation communications technology. The study, titled 6G Spectrum: Expanding the Frontier, outlines how to get the spectrum needed to accomplish the company’s 6G ambition, which was first announced in a white paper released in early July 2020. Continue reading “Samsung 6G Research and Spectrum White Paper released”

Samsung UFS 4.0 storage with up to 4200 MB/s read speed announced

Samsung today announced the launch of version 4.0 of its Universal Flash Storage (UFS) solution, which will go into mass production in the third quarter of this year. UFS 4.0 will significantly improve the speed and efficiency of devices such as smartphones, tablets, and foldables. Continue reading “Samsung UFS 4.0 storage with up to 4200 MB/s read speed announced”

Samsung Fab Grab Fest: Offers on phones, up to Rs. 4500 off on TVs, appliances

Samsung has announced its Fab Grab Fest week-long sale, during which consumers can enjoy the benefits of offers and cashbacks on a variety of Samsung digital appliances, along with Galaxy smartphones, tablets, laptops, accessories, as well as wearables, from May 1 to May 8, 2022. All of these deals and promotions are available on Samsung’s website and at Samsung stores across the country. Continue reading “Samsung Fab Grab Fest: Offers on phones, up to Rs. 4500 off on TVs, appliances”

Samsung introduces new self-service repair program with iFixit

When it comes to providing the best service experience, Samsung is always looking to provide more convenient and accessible solutions for its customers to extend the life of their devices, encourage a recycling industry, and limit the amount of e-waste. Continue reading “Samsung introduces new self-service repair program with iFixit”