Samsung mass producing 12GB RAM ahead of Galaxy Note 10 launch
Samsung today announced the mass production of the industry’s first 12Gb LPDDR5 mobile DRAM. It’s optimized for enabling 5G and AI features in upcoming smartphones. The Galaxy Note 10 is the company’s next flagship smartphone and there’s a good chance that it will tout this new memory chip.
Galaxy S9 update adds more AR Emoji options, call/message continuity
The latest Galaxy S9 update brings a couple of new features that were introduced on the Galaxy S10 lineup. The July security update – software version G96*FXXU6CSG8 – for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ was released for the Exynos variants in Germany today, and it adds more customization options for AR Emoji and brings support for Call and Message Continuity
Samsung now wants to reduce e-waste across Washington, DC
Samsung Electronics America just announced a new partnership with Wisetek Solutions and the DC Department of Energy & Environment. The main goal of this collaboration is to increase recycling and repurposing of e-waste across the DC region, as well as to educate companies about the benefits of global sustainability.
Should I upgrade from the Galaxy Note 9 to the Galaxy Note 10?
This is a question that I’ve been asking myself and many have asked me over the past few weeks: Should I upgrade from theGalaxy Note 9to theGalaxy Note 10? We do know quite a bit about the device now as the leaks and rumors have picked up in recent days, so I believe one can begin to debate the question now.
Galaxy A80 launched in India for Rs. 47,990, sale starts on August 1
Samsung has officially taken the wraps off theGalaxy A80in India. The smartphone made its debut a couple of months ago in Thailand and went on sale ina few other marketsearlier this month. It will go on sale in India starting August 1. The smartphone will be available for pre-booking in the country from July 22 to July 31.
Galaxy Tab S6 battery capacity is lower than its predecessor
Taiwan’s certification agency has let the Galaxy Tab S6 battery capacity slip in the device’s approval listing. We know that Samsung is due to launch a new tablet in the near future. This will be the successor to theGalaxy Tab S4.