Samsung has been working to make its goods more environmentally - friendly in a variety of ways. Apart from strengthening its entire supply chain to be more environmentally friendly, the company has also produced eco-friendly accessories for its mobile devices and portable projectors. Some of these eco-friendly accessories are on show in South Korea.
However, Samsung can still choose to develop its own Exynos SoCs for the market for high-end smartphones. The claimed CPU core configuration of the upcoming, as-yet-unannounced Samsung mobile chipset, likely known as the "Exynos 2400," is also revealed by a fresh so-called "reliable leak."
Three years after announcing it would stop producing SmartThings hardware, Samsung released a hub. (Well, it's actually a modified version of the wireless charger that Samsung already makes, but since it has the SmartThings logo, it qualifies as SmartThings gear.)
The videos that are included here are from Edwards Urbina's YouTube channel (opens in new tab), a Nicaraguan who was successful in obtaining a Galaxy S23 Ultra early and has been sharing camera samples for the past few days. Be careful, though, that Urbina has been often erasing his posts (perhaps to evade Samsung's wrath), so if these videos disappear, that is likely the reason.
The first authentic unpacking video of the Galaxy S23 Ultra surfaced on the internet earlier today. The smartphone's first low-light camera samples have now emerged, demonstrating what the phone's brand-new 200MP camera sensor is capable of.
Samsung has developed a new prototype display that might propel its folding phones in a whole new direction: 360 degrees. This isn’t the first time Folding display Samsung Display has demonstrated a “Flex In & Out” prototype that embraces the…
Just days before introducing the Galaxy S23 series, Samsung sought a trademark for a new Lifelike Pixels display technology that would be utilized in future models. The South Korean firm’s display production business looks to be improving on its already…
Following the February 1 Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung Electronics said today that it would establish 29 interactive Galaxy Experience Spaces throughout the world in cities such as San Francisco, London, Paris, Singapore, and Dubai.
The ISOCELL HP2, a new 200-megapixel (MP) image sensor with improved pixel technology and full-well capacity for great mobile photography in tomorrow's premium smartphones, was revealed by Samsung Electronics.
Samsung Electronics announced the PM9C1a, a high-performance PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD, is already in production. The PM9C1a will give enhanced computing and gaming performance in PCs and laptops thanks to a new controller based on Samsung’s cutting-edge 5-nanometer (nm) process…