Samsung is well known for collaborating with various brands. However, the company’s latest partnership has created some quirky gadgets which are sure to be conversation starters when you meet people over coffee.
Samsung Phones & Tablets: Specs, Models, News & Reviews
South Korean consumer electronics firm Samsung unveiled its newest 200MP ISOCELL HP3 sensor on June 23. The new sensor is the spiritual successor of the ISOCELL HP1 sensor released in 2021. The new sensor is capable of impressive feats, such as capturing 8K video at 30FPS and better low-light imaging performance than its predecessor. Here are all the details.
Long-time display manufacturer Samsung Display will likely stop the production of LCD displays this year. A recent report says several factors have influenced the South Korean firm’s decision.
South Korean smartphone major Samsung is expected to pull the wraps off the Galaxy Z Fold4 later this year. Well-known tipster Yogesh Brar has now shared a few details about what we could expect. However, the leak’s information doesn’t seem to be spot-on, and we would take it with a pinch of salt.
We prefer replacing the stock Samsung Keyboard app with Google’s Gboard app and with good reason. The app isn’t known for its typing accuracy, and text correction doesn’t live up to the expectations either. Samsung does update the app regularly, though. So, in one of the recent updates, the South Korean electronics major has attempted to make amends.
Over the last few years, Samsung has bundled variants of its Galaxy Buds with flagship smartphone purchases, either for free or at a slight premium. It offered a wide variety of features with its Galaxy Buds Pro, Galaxy Buds2, and Galaxy Buds Live. Now Buds Live and Buds2 are being updated with a Galaxy Buds Pro feature called 360 Audio.
Although it got off to a shaky start, Samsung was one of the first companies to launch a consumer-ready foldable smartphone in the market. Currently, the company continues to dominate the foldable smartphone segment with its Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 models. A rumor suggests Samsung could up the ante with the Galaxy Z Fold4’s camera setup.
Samsung is no stranger to foldable smartphones. The brand’s Galaxy Fold marked the advent of consumer-ready foldable smartphones, although it was off to a shaky start. Now, rumor has it that Samsung is developing a new foldable smartphone that could have a rollable display. What’s more interesting is that the device is expected to break cover this year.
On March 17, Samsung launched new budget smartphones at a launch event, including the Galaxy A73 and Galaxy A53. The models supersede the Galaxy A72 and Galaxy A52, respectively. Interestingly, Samsung has managed to equip the Galaxy A73 with a 108MP primary camera, even though it is a mid-range smartphone.
Samsung might be recovering from a data breach, but that doesn’t stop it from releasing the new mid-range Galaxy F23 smartphone in India. The phone boasts 5G connectivity, Android 12 installed from the factory, a 50MP primary camera, and a starting price of just Rs. 17,499 (around $227).