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Local vendors and suppliers were unable able to introduce customers to the newest iteration of the S20. The product sat in stores behind shuttered doors.
Galaxy Buds join Galaxy Buds+ in supporting multiple pairing experiences across mobile and PC devices
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. has launched the Samsung Galaxy S20 in Trinidad & Tobago. The Galaxy S20 series introduces a brand-new camera architecture that combines AI […]
Samsung has declared 2020 “The Year of Galaxy 5G,” with a commitment to supporting the communication standard in the coming decade on its mobile devices.
Once a deafblind person has learned Morse Code, the app can translate taps on the screen into words and interpret responses as vibrations on the screen.
Customers can call for free at any time to request technical assistance, advice on how to use their products and to report any problem with their unit.
If you’re upgrading from either the Note9 or Note9, expect a few days of misdirected muscle memory as you reach for the power button in the wrong place.
Add in the standard 27mm lens and you should have quite the arsenal of glass built into a device you can slip into a pocket. Except that you don’t.
Starting with Galaxy Note10, Microsoft’s most popular productivity solutions for smartphones will be seamlessly integrated into Galaxy products and services.
The Galaxy Note10 introduces Screen recorder. Easily capture what’s on the screen, use picture-in-picture to add reactions.
These features are included in the Galaxy S10’s default ‘Gallery’ app, allowing users to easily add effects to their photos and removing the need to install separate app.
Upcycling is the process of finding new and useful applications for old devices. About 45 million metric tons of electronic waste are discarded annually.
The most challenging issue Samsung addressed with the Galaxy S10 5G was developing technology to support 5G bandwidth, operating on the higher frequencies.
Industry pundits say 5G and AI are quintessential to ushering in Industry 4.0, which will fundamentally alter how people live and work.
The premium smartphones, the A80, A70 and A50, include the depth camera that gives the S10 series its computational depth of field chops.