After rolling out the first One UI 3.0 public beta program for the Galaxy S20 series users in the US and Korea. The company is now rolling out a hotfix update (via RPRNA) for the Galaxy S20 series.
According to the changelog (translated), the latest hotfix brings fixes for the edge panel touch, navigation bar gesture, a problem with the power button, and lock screen.
In some cases, the touch was not working, the keyboard was crashing while using some keys. The problem with the camera, where it stuck at 27 or 7x.
YouTube app was not working probably, stopping at a certain point when using the app, widgets were not visible. The phone number and Back Key were not clearly visible.
The latest hotfix update is currently rolling out in Korea, which should soon be available in the US. The software version of the update is G98XNKSUIZTJ6. The size of this update is less than 200MB.
If you registered for the public beta program, you can check for the latest update by heading to the device Settings and tapping on the Software update menu.
Samsung’s smartphone shipment to decrease by 10%, presently focuses on cost reduction!
Samsung Electronics is in the news that it has lowered its smartphone shipment by ten percent. Treated as companies counteraction to respond to the global market contraction.
Business Korea has reportedly revealed that Samsung is expected to implement the strategy of cost reduction to overcome the falling market of Samsung smartphones. As Samsung has set its smartphone target to 333 million units in 2022.
Suspiciously the Samsung smartphone market has fallen below 300 million units comparing the four consecutive years and comparing with the current year’s Samsung shipment targets.
MediaTek and Qualcomm have also significantly reduced their orders for the application processor for the second half of the year 2022, therefore Samsung does not have any choice except drastically lower the smartphone price.
Roh Tae-moon is currently working on a new strategy to enhance profitability in response to the present and ongoing crisis in the smartphone industry. The company has already increased its operating profits to 11.47 trillion won and has increased its operating profit margin by 23.7%.
Samsung should put an effort into manufacturing cost-saving. This particular thing can lead him to reduce the smartphone cost to get rid of end-of-the-year marketing competition. Samsung’s last mid-priced smartphone Galaxy A23 released in March 2022 featured a Chinese BOE-made LCD display. By this, we can see the heat is on, and you are soon going to see that Samsung will source some low-priced camera modules for its upcoming smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy M13 5G TUV Rheinland certificate reveals 15W fast charging
Meanwhile, according to a new information, Samsung Galaxy M13 5G has appeared on the TUV Rheinland certification database with some important specifications getting uncovered.
Going by the report, the device has model number SM-M135F/DS and it supports 15W fast charging (via MySmartPrice). This is not the maximum charging speed of Samsung but seems fair when considering its affordable range.
Besides these, earlier the device received Bluetooth SIG certification, which unveiled Bluetooth 5.0 support for the device. Some leaks also expose that the upcoming phone will feature a 6.5-inch IPS LCD screen.
It might feature a dual rear camera setup that is said to include a 50MP main camera and a 2MP depth sensor. Also, it could run on Android 12-based One UI 4.1 software system out of the box.
Xiaomi-Leica unite to boost mobile Camera and Samsung has nothing to worry about
Last year, Xiaomi used Samsung’s ISOCELL Camera lens in its Mi 11 Ultra smartphone to boost its performance. Meanwhile, the successor isn’t following the same as Xiaomi just confirmed its partnership with a century-old Camera manufacturer Leica, and the first phone coming in July.
According to the information, Xiaomi could introduce the Xiaomi 12 Ultra flagship smartphone by July this year. This device will be equipped with a Camera system developed by Xiaomi and Leica, together. Earlier, Leica partnered with Huawei to improve its flagship Mate and P-series phones’ Camera.
Aside from this, Xiaomi earlier revealed that its upcoming flagship handset will be powered by the recently launched Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. This makes Xiaomi’s forthcoming model a feature-packed powerful creation, but only ON-PAPERS.
Statement: “Xiaomi and Leica share the same ideas regarding mobile imaging. Both companies are eager to continuously explore the optical performance and photographic experience in the mobile imaging era through extreme technological breakthroughs and aesthetic pursuits.”
Galaxy S23 Ultra
Recently, it was reported that the Korean tech giant is working to bring a 200MP Camera sensor with its upcoming S series flagship smartphone. While the Galaxy S22 Ultra is the most powerful Camera phone to date, the Galaxy S23 Ultra might surely be “unbeatable”.
Galaxy S22 Ultra Camera Specs
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra comes with a 12MP Ultra Wide Camera with Dual Pixel AF, a 108MP Wide-angle Camera with PDAF, and OIS, a 10MP Telephoto Camera with Dual Pixel AF and another and 10x Optical Zoom, and a 10MP Telephoto Camera with 3x Optical Zoom.
Alongside this, the device has several unique and intelligent camera features including Scene Optimizer, Shot suggestions, Scan QR Codes, Detail Enhancer, Single Take, Photo, Video, Pro, Panorama, Food, Night, Portrait, Portrait Video, Pro Video, Super Slow-mo, Slow motion, Hyperlapse and Director’s View.