A team of researchers over at Samsung’s Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) have developed a unique battery material from graphene that enables a 45 percent increase in battery capacity and 5x faster charging speeds compared to traditional Li-ion batteries.
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Samsung has a positive streak with the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and the Galaxy Note 8, and it will look to capitalize on that next year.
If the latest data from IDC is anything to by, Xiaomi has managed to dethrone Samsung as the largest smartphone vendor in India. The data from IDC shows that Samsung and Xiaomi both captured 23.5 percent of the Indian smartphone market in Q3 2017.
Samsung has quietly unveiled its latest generation Exynos chipset, the Exynos 9810. Featuring the third generation of its custom CPU cores, the Exynos 9810 is based on the 2nd generation 10nm fab.
When Samsung officially announced the Galaxy S8 Active earlier this year, it did so with the disclaimer that the rugged handset would have an exclusive launch window at AT&T, but that it wouldn’t last long.
Samsung has never shied away from mocking Apple for the lack of various features on its latest iPhone. But with its latest ‘Growing Up’ Galaxy ad, the company might just have outdone itself. The 1-minute advert shows the smartphone journey of a young guy starting from 2007 all the way until 2017.
Samsung and Google have entered into a new partnership to bring ARCore — Google’s platform for building Augmented Reality apps — to its flagship lineup of Galaxy devices. This includes the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and the Galaxy Note 8.
Bixby isn’t even a year old, seeing the light of day on the samsung-Galaxy S8 earlier this year, but Samsung is already prepared to start talking about Bixby 2.0.
Samsung today published its earnings guidance for Q3 2017 where it expects to post a record profit of $12.8 billion (14.5 trillion KRW), up by a staggering 179 percent from the same quarter last year. The estimated profit of the company has managed to beat market and analysts expectations.
The thing about the Galaxy Note 8 is that it’s not ‘just’ a smartphone. It’s that and a stylus-centric tablet and a pocket computer, all in one. Even though there are annoyances, there’s no escaping the raw power and flexibility of the Note 8. It’s beautiful, it’s immaculately built, and it packs enormous productivity and performance punches.