Monday, February 18, 2019
Samsung has a number of technology hardware offerings, Blu-ray players are one of its tech gadgets. However, the giants from South Korea are now reported to have stopped producing Blu-ray players - including 1080p and 4K models.
Currently, it is announced for the US market - but it is possible that it is implemented globally. This is because many have switched from the use of Blu-ray drives and are more focused on streaming services.
Samsung is ready to integrate streaming support such as Netflix and so on their television - making the offer of this Blu-ray player probably not used much.
Previously, Oppo also announced that they would be out of their Blu-ray business.
Thursday, February 14, 2019
Samsung is adding something very cool called the Bixby routines. It’s touchless, and it studies you, and it actually recommends you a special routine that you do every time.
So how does it work? The moment you enter the car and turn it on and connect to the Bluetooth, it will automatically start counting on your actions.
Driving, it notices it, it launches a navigation, and perhaps if you had it set up, a music player, then a music will come up too.
This is what we call Bixby routines. Basically 3-14 days, it will study your habit, how you interact with your phone, and then, based on those habits, it will recommend you a routine.
For instance, let’s assume that you go to work. Automatically, once you arrive to work, the sound mode will go to mute, and Wi-Fi will be turned on to connect to your Wi-Fi intranet for your workplaces.
Such as this, if you do something continuously over time, this will study your habit and recommend you do a setup for a routine. And, once you set it up, you don’t have to activate it yourself.
It will automatically not suggest, it will automatically turn it on for you. So that summarize the whole concept of intelligence.
And last but not least Bixby routines, will recommend a very unique routines customized for your own needs.
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
“The 1TB eUFS is expected to play a critical role in bringing a more notebook-like user experience to the next generation of mobile devices,” said Cheol Choi, executive vice president of Memory Sales & Marketing at Samsung Electronics. “What’s more, Samsung is committed to assuring the most reliable supply chain and adequate production quantities to support the timely launches of upcoming flagship smartphones in accelerating growth of the global mobile market.”
Within the same package size (11.5mm x 13.0mm), the 1TB eUFS solution doubles the capacity of the previous 512GB version by combining 16 stacked layers of Samsung’s most advanced 512-gigabit (Gb) V-NAND flash memory and a newly developed proprietary controller. Smartphone users will now be able to store 260 10-minute videos in 4K UHD (3840×2160) format, whereas the 64GB eUFS widely used in many current high-end smartphones is capable of storing 13 videos of the same size.
The 1TB eUFS also possesses exceptional speed, allowing users to transfer large amounts of multimedia content in significantly reduced time. At up to 1,000 megabytes per second (MB/s), the new eUFS features approximately twice the sequential read speed of a typical 2.5-inch SATA solid state drive (SSD). This means that 5GB-sized full HD videos can be offloaded to an NVMe SSD in as fast as five seconds, which is 10 times the speed of a typical microSD card. Furthermore, the random read speed has increased by up to 38 percent over the 512GB version, clocking in at up to 58,000 IOPS. Random writes are 500 times faster than a high-performance microSD card (100 IOPS), coming in at up to 50,000 IOPS. The random speeds allow for high-speed continuous shooting at 960 frames per second and will enable smartphone users to take full advantage of the multi-camera capabilities in today and tomorrow’s flagship models.
Samsung plans to expand the production of its fifth-generation 512Gb V-NAND at its Pyeongtaek plant in Korea throughout the first half of 2019 to fully address the anticipated strong demand for the 1TB eUFS from mobile device manufacturers around the world.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
This is confirmed through the latest trending videos released by Samsung today. Currently, it is not known if Samsung will only display the device at the event, or will announce its commercial offer.
Samsung has previously shown an early prototype on the developer's event of November 2018.
With this custom-designed phone, it also allows users to get compact-sized devices, as well as make it easier for them to enjoy content on large-screen screens like tablets.
As always, we look forward to a surprise from Samsung next week, February 21, 2018.
stay tuned over here https://www.samsung.com/my/unpacked/
Monday, February 11, 2019
How to Redeem:
1. You may redeem the 2x movie e-vouchers from Samsung Members, if your entry is eligible
Note: Kindly download Samsung Members from Google Playstore is you do not have the app already installed
2. There will be 2x Promotion Banners on Samsung Members each representing 1 unique redemption code
3. Open Samsung Members app and tap on "Redeem your 1st movie ticket" banner, then "View Details"
4. Tap on "Redeem" to redeem your 1st "e-Voucher Code" & "Pincode"
5. Copy "e-Voucher Code" & "Pincode"
6. Click on "Visit the Website" to go to the GSC Cinemas website
7. Select your preferred movie, time, date and continue to make reservation
8. Enter "e-Voucher Code" & "Pincode" to claim the 1st free movie pass
9. Repeat steps 3 to 8 to redeem your 2nd movie ticket
1. Promotion is valid from 28 January 2019 till 15 February 2019, with GSC e-vouchers redemption period till 31 March 2019.
2. Promotion is exclusively for Samsung Bixby users only.
3. Promotion is valid for the first 500 newly registered Samsung Bixby users using Samsung selected devices, on a first come first served basis and while stocks last.
4. Limited to one (1) redemption for each Samsung Bixby account only.
5. Each User is eligible to receive with two (2) e-voucher codes entitles for two (2) movie tickets in ANY GSC nationwide, EXCEPT GSC Signature (KL).
6. E-voucher expires on 31 March 2019 and is invalid after the expiry date.
7. E-voucher is only redeemable via GSC e-Payment Ticketing and GSC Mobile App. Not valid for redemption via GSC’s counters.
8. E-voucher is valid for the following film format: Normal, 2D.
9. E-voucher is valid for the following movie class: Normal class.
10. E voucher is valid for the following seats: Normal.
11. E-voucher is not exchangeable for cash or in kind and cannot be upgraded.
12. E-voucher is subject to the terms and conditions set by the GSC.
13. The E-voucher code is not transferrable and non-cumulative and cannot be exchanged for cash or other products, and cannot be used in conjunction with other discounts, promotions, discounted items and fixed priced items, loyalty program unless specified.
14. GSC and SME reserves the right to revise these terms and conditions without prior notice.
Friday, February 8, 2019
Once you update your Galaxy Note 9 to the stable Android Pie update, which is about 1.6GB in size, you will instantly notice a redesign UI. Some of the app icons get a makeover and look really fresh if you have been growing tired of the old icons. They look more colourful now, including the icons in the Settings menu.
Since One UI is based on Android Pie, the quick setting panel now shows blue-coloured buttons. But what I probably love the most is the system-wide Dark mode which I enabled instantly in Settings > Display > Night Mode. Dark mode nicely turns the background in most Samsung apps totally black, which not only comforts the eyes but also helps conserve battery life as well. Eventually, Samsung will allow you to configure Dark mode to switch on automatically at night.
The One UI interface is being developed for the upcoming Galaxy S series of devices and Samsung is making the new experience available for Note 9 users as well as to other Samsung devices as part of the Android 9 Pie update, this includes the Note 8, Galaxy S8, Note FE and Galaxy A8, among others.
As I mentioned, One UI is designed to make it easy to use a large device with one hand by pushing content that you use within reach. The idea is pretty simple and makes so much sense - look at the top half and interact with the bottom half. This new design can be seen on all Samsung apps and even in the quick settings panel. Swipe down the panel twice and all the quick setting buttons will drop to the bottom half of the display.
The moment you open the Settings menu, for example, you will notice the top half blank with just the word "Setting" plastered in a large font. Sure, you're left with a lot of blank space, but that's really okay. In fact it makes it look cleaner and less cluttered. The bottom half is where the actual options are so you can easily reach them without having to use both your hands.
In addition to One UI, the Android Pie update brings a few other goodies as well like Adaptive Battery which is a feature that learns your usage patterns and adapts the device’s power usage and battery management accordingly. One UI also comes with the option to set a systems-wide night mode where the background and most design elements of the interface is presented in a dark colour to further save battery.
Thursday, February 7, 2019
Featuring with the infinity-V which most people would come to know as the teardrop notch with 6.3"-inch FHD+ Display that houses an 8MP selfie sensor in it.
This device also supports Type-C charging port and the staple 3.5mm headphone jack. It also sports with a dual rear camera with a 13MP & 5MP wide-angle lens.
The Galaxy M20 comes with Samsung's home-grown Exynos 7904 processor. The phone handled everyday tasks with ease. Multitasking such as browsing Netflix, videos and music was smooth too.
Monday, February 4, 2019
It seems that is a slight tease on the full brand video from Samsung which shows a short glimpse of our future, foldable phones are back.
It shows a device open from a closed position. Device bezel also looks pretty thin. In addition to showing the ability to open, Will it be officially announced during unpacked? Only time will tell...
What does the future hold? Back in the 1950s, Doris Day answered that question with a simple lyric: “Que será, será, whatever will be, will be.” Her cheerful brand of fatalism encouraged a generation to let go of their worries and let the future unfold as it may. As the world now enters a new era of uncertainty, Samsung refuses to accept those laissez-faire lyrics with a promise to empower people to create their own future.
In the spirit of this approach, Samsung is launching its own brand campaign to kick off a year that will both celebrate the 10th anniversary of Galaxy smartphones and set the foundation for the next decade of new, innovative and groundbreaking products.
The campaign flips the carefree lyrics of the classic song on its head by juxtaposing them with Samsung’s bold leadership stance: What we create today empowers you to create the future. The campaign builds on Samsung’s “Do What You Can’t” philosophy in a video that highlights potential breakthrough technologies – including seamless multi-device experiences, artificial intelligence, and radical new displays – and teases Samsung’s 5G products and foldable display technology to be launched later this year.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur, fashion designer or mobile gamer, Samsung is blazing the trail for change by bringing innovation to a wide variety of industries. Check out the video below to see how Samsung is reshaping the future for its users.