Samsung has launched the world's first smartphone optimized and rotating TV 'Sero' in the Indian markets on November 11. 'Sero' which means 'vertical' can change its orientation from horizontal to vertical with just a button. The 43-inch TV has been priced at Rs 1,24,990 and will be available exclusively at Reliance Digitals. The AI equipped TV also has features like responsive UI, Tap View, and Adaptive Picture for better experience.
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Chairperson of tech-giant Samsung and South Korea's richest person Lee Kun-hee passed away on October 25. The 78-year-old had been in hospital for more than six years after suffering a major cardiac arrest. Lee held the majority single-person stake (4.18%) in the Samsung Electronics. The company, in its condolence statement, said, “Chairman Lee was a true visionary who transformed Samsung into the world-leading innovator and industrial… read-more
With 22% of the market share in August business, Samsung has climbed to the top spot in the global smartphone market. According to reports, this is the highest market share achieved by a smartphone manufacturer. Despite having a temporary downfall in April, owing to the COVID-induced lockdown, Samsung seems to have regained its momentum. Reportedly, Samsung adapted an aggressive marketing strategy to utilise the opportunity that came in view… read-more
Samsung launched its Galaxy Fit 2 fitness tracker on October 17 worth Rs 3999. In order to personalise the feature and appearance, the device has a bright 1.1-inch 450 nits AMOLED screen, 3D curved glass and over 70 downloadable watch faces and is available in 2 shades- black and scarlet. With a 159mAh battery Galaxy Fit 2 promises battery back up upto 15 days on a single charge and is water-resistant.
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Samsung has launched a new smartphone, 'F41', in the mid-range category in India. Reportedly, 'F41' has two variants: 6GB + 64GB model priced at Rs 16,999, and 6GB + 128GB version at Rs 17,999. It can be purchased via Flipkart or Samsung website from October 16. 'F41' has octa-core Exynos 9611 SoC processor, 6,000mAh battery, triple rear cameras, and Android 10 among other features.
The pre-booking for the new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 starts from September 14. The foldable screen phone is priced at Rs 1.5 lakh. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is a 5G smartphone which comes with a 4500mAh battery and high-speed charging. The device includes Samsung's flagship camera with features such as pro video mode, bright night, single take, and night mode.
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Samsung has launched a latest smartphone in its M series, 'M51'. Phones' price starts from Rs 24,999 and will have 6GB/128GB and 8GB/128GB variants. M51 comes with the Snapdragon 730G SoC and Android 10 OS. It features an 6.7" Infinity-O Super AMOLED Plus display and Full HD+ resolution. The 7000mAh battery with 25W is equipped with fast charging as well as … read-more
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Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on September 6, stated that many of the global companies are perceiving towards India for manufacturing other than China, as they have realised the potential. Addressing the non-resident Bihari's, the Minister opined that Atmanirbhar Bharat aimed to make India an economic-power that could support… read-more
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Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S20 fan edition had a major leak by revealing all of the phone’s key specifications. The new Samsung flagship S20 FE will be available in two configurations with a 4G only Exynos 990 trim and a 5G capable Snapdragon 865-powered model. According to sources, it will have a triple camera setup with a 12-Megapixel main camera. The phone may also be renamed at launch, as the Samsung Galaxy S20 Lite.
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Galaxy M-Series manufactured by Samsung Mobiles, has been successful and popular in the smartphone community. Amazon tweeted that M-51 is the latest model set for launch. The device is expected to be priced between Rs 25,000 to Rs 30,000. Adding to the hype, it is rumored to have a 6.7 inch Super-Amoled display,… read-more
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