Samsung recently released its first rugged smartphone with 5G compatibility, new Galaxy XCover6 Pro. The new model, catering Asian markets will be a 6.6-inch PLS LCD screen, FHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. Furthermore, The XCover6 Pro's display will be water-proof, used with gloves on and wet hands, Corning Gorilla Glass, and Victus+. The phone weighs a substantial 235-grammes with 168.8x79.9x9.9mm dimensions. Notably, the price… read-more
Samsung and high-end manufacturer BMW have come to an arrangement for Samsung to provide BMW with a few million OLED screens for automobiles. OLED panels for BMW vehicles that go into mass production starting in 2024 will be provided by Samsung's display unit. According to reports, the business would supply… read-more
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According to Counterpoint's Global Monthly Handset Sales Tracker for April 2022, the top ten smartphone models, which included Apple, Samsung, and Xiaomi, accounted for 21% of the global smartphone market. Xiaomi's Redmi Note 11 LTE secured a place in the top ten of the list of the most popular smartphones sold worldwide. Samsung earned four spots on the list. Five of Apple's newest iPhone 13 models topped the list.
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Samsung Electronics has suspended shipments to Russia "due to current geopolitical developments." In addition, the company will donate $6 million to support humanitarian efforts around the region. Moreover, Samsung Electronics is No. 1 in handsets in Russia with a 30% market share as of 2021. Notably, Brands such as Apple, Nike, and IKEA stopped sales in Russia after the country declared war on Ukraine.
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Samsung's upcoming launch of S21 FE is likely to debut with One UI 4.0 based on Android 12, which is Google's latest operating system. However, the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE will be similar to S21 in terms of looks and innards. Furthermore, the phone was reportedly launched earlier this year as the successor to Galaxy S20 FE, but now will be launching during the CES… read-more
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S21 series in January, which would include digital vehicle key compatibility for a number of high-end phones. The smartphone will initially support four branded automobiles from Audi, BMW, Ford, and Genesis, as per the company. As promised, prospective Genesis GV602 owners would be able to locate and unlock their vehicles using Samsung's Digital Key function. Samsung's digital key complies with the Car Connectivity… read-more
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Samsung is partnering with South Korean company CJ ENM to build a virtual studio that uses the 'The Wall' television technique to “spearhead the production of future video content”. 2021 The Wall edition is a flawless end-to-end modular display with MicroLED panels with 15,360 x 2,160-pixel 8K resolution. It relies on AI processing that “enhances, contrast and removes noise” in real-time and “instantly analyzes and optimizes every frame.” … read-more
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The Chinese multinational phone maker Xiaomi has marked the second position in the world's smartphone market, covering 17% of the global market share, surpassing Apple, as per a report. While Apple owns 14% of the global share, Samsung occupies the first position by owning 19% of the world's smartphone market. Reportedly, Xiaomi shipped 83% more phones in Q2 2021 when compared to Q2 2020.
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To counter the dependence on China for electronic manufacturing equipment, Samsung has completed the construction of its display manufacturing unit in UP's Noida. Announcing the development on June 20, the company's CEO Ken Kang said that we found a better industrial environment in India so we decided to shift the unit from China to Noida. Besides, UP's CM Yogi Adityanath termed it the success of 'Make in India'.
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Delhi Police on June 21 arrested a 40-year-old man for allegedly impersonating as an IAS Officer from South extension II. The Accused, Abhay Bahl is a resident of Noida Sector 15A. According to the Police, Bahl was impersonating as an IAS Officer at a Samsung Store and was trying to buy a phone worth rupees Rs 1.4 lakh with a fake cheque. A case under section 419/420 of IPC has… read-more